Jack Eichel of the Golden Knights appears at the T-Mobile Arena, on ESPN+

Golden Knights vs Kraken

In a glance

The Knights win 4-2

RJ’s Three Stars

3. Knights of the right wing Evgeny Dadonov – He scored his third goal this season to equalize the match at the end of the second half. His two plus streak is over.

2. Knights Defenseman Alex Pietrangelo – In the first half, he scored his third goal in four matches. He also earned a pass, giving him seven points in his past six games.

1. Knights defenseman Shea Theodore – He helped Dadonov equalize and Riley Smith won on the right wing. This was his second multi-point game of the season.

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Dadonov goal equalizer in the second half

Kraken lead 2-1 with 30.7 seconds left after a quick shot from the middle, Jani Gorde. Pretty period looked like she’d be leaning on Seattle Road.

The cavalry received an immediate response. Theodore Puck threw the ball into the net, and goalkeeper Chris Dredger was unable to smash it. Left winger William Carrier kicked her across the crease to Dadonov, who pushed her with a backhand to equalize.

The goal came 14.8 seconds after Gord’s goal. The knights erased what appeared to be a certain impotence in the pause and entered the locker room in handcuffs. They came out flying in the third inning and advanced for 30 seconds.

Key stats

87.1 – The Seattle team saved the percentage to enter Tuesday’s game, which ranked last in the NHL.

In his first start to the season, Driedger did little to inspire confidence that he could change that. He stopped 19 rounds out of 23. The first two goals could have been prevented. Pietrangelo slipped off Driedger’s gauntlet into the net. And Driedger had the opportunity to stop Dadonov before it even started by squeezing Theodore’s shot and freezing the disc.

Eshel appears

Center Jack Eichel attended his first game at the T-Mobile Arena as a jockey.

Eichel traded from the Buffalo Sabers on Thursday and arrived in Las Vegas on Sunday. He had a busy itinerary. On Monday, coach Pete Debor met, held his first press conference, attended a ball hockey clinic and stopped by goalkeeper Robin Lehner. On Tuesday, he welcomed fans to the video panel at the T-Mobile Arena, sounded the siren before the disc went down and appeared on ESPN+’s broadcast during the match.

Eshel will leave Las Vegas before Friday to have surgery to repair a herniated disc in his neck. He is expected to be ready to play in three to five months.

“Very interesting guy,” Debor said. “He has been really cool. For me, I am really optimistic about how he will be back, when he will be back and how motivated he will be when he gets there.”

10 knights following

against. Minnesota, 7 p.m. Thursday

against. Vancouver, 7 p.m. on Saturday

against. Carolina, 7 p.m. Tuesday

against. Detroit, 7 p.m. November 18

against. Columbus, 7 p.m. November 20

In St. Louis, 5 p.m. November 22

In Nashville, 5 p.m. November 24

against. Edmonton, 4 p.m. November. 27

In Anaheim, 7 p.m. December 1

In Arizona, 6:30 p.m. December 3

Contact Ben Gotz at bgotz@reviewjournal.com. Follow Tweet embed on Twitter.

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