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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - NOVEMBER 08: Newly acquired Vegas Golden Knights player Jack Eichel (C) poses with kids after participating in a youth clinic at a ball hockey rink at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada on November 8, 2021 in North Las Vegas, Nevada. The Golden Knights traded for Eichel and a conditional draft pick from the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for Alex Tuch, Peyton Krebs and two conditional draft picks on November 4. Eichel is expected to be available four months after undergoing an artificial disc replacement surgery in his neck. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

The Vegas Golden Knights finished up their four game road trip over the weekend by beating Montreal last Saturday and losing to Detroit on Sunday to finish the trip 2-2.

The Knights return to “The Fortress,” T-Mobile Arena, to open up a six game homestand starting tonight with a game against the newest team in the league, the Seattle Kraken, at 7pm. Vegas opened the regular season by beating Seattle 4-3.

After tonight’s game the Knights will play Minnesota on Thursday and Vancouver on Saturday. Both of those games are at 7pm.

Vegas is still dealing with injuries as leading scorer Max Pacioretty and team captain Mark Stone have yet to return to the lineup. Newly acquired center Jack Eichel arrived in Las Vegas on Sunday but he’s scheduled to undergo a surgical procedure on his neck on Friday and his recovery time is estimated at three to five months.

The Knights’ record stands at 6-6 on the season.

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