Kraken Rival's Winning Streak Snapped

Published October 28, 2023 at 6:47 PM

Going into Friday night, the Vegas Golden Knights were the NHL's last remaining undefeated team with a 7-0-0 record.

After a win on Tuesday night against the Philadelphia Flyers where Shea Theodore scored with 30 seconds left, the Knights were looking to extend their streak against Chicago.

Vegas has shown no signs of fatigue this season after winning the Stanley Cup back in June, having a historic start to the year for a reigning champion.

Friday night's game at T-Mobile arena against the Chicago Blackhawks would not go as Vegas Expected.

Getting to a 2-0 lead early on, Vegas let the Blackhawks climb back into the game with goals from former Kraken Ryan Donato and Connor Bedard.

Vegas would then take a 3-2 lead going into the third period, but a goal by Taylor Raddysh evened up the score, sending the game into overtime.

With the powerplay not able to strike fire, Chicago's Philipp Kurashev buried a shot in overtime to win the game for Chicago.

This loss leaves the NHL with no undefeated teams remaining as Vegas falls to 7-0-1 on the year.

The Knights will travel to Los Angeles to face the Kings on Saturday night.
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Kraken Rival's Winning Streak Snapped

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