Early road trip in N.Y. turns sour for Golden Knights, fall to Rangers 6-4

New York - The Golden Knights first ever road trip to the east coast has gotten off to a rocky start dropping back to back games in New York.

Gerard Gallant’s team had a 4-2 lead after two periods against the N.Y. Rangers, but fell 6-4 to the blue shirts in a four-goal third period. It’s the first time the young franchise has lost consecutive games and made history in the process.

Golden Knights winger David Perron scored the first ever penalty shot goal at the 18:59 mark of the second period making it 4-2 and concluded the teams scoring for the night. Oscar Lindberg and two goals by Reilly Smith rounded out the scoring for the Knights.

It was the second back to back road games of the season for the Golden Knights, who lost Monday night 6-3 to the New York Islanders. 

The road trip continues Thursday at the Boston Bruins, who the Knights defeated on October 15 3-1 at T-Mobile Arena.


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