The Golden Knights won in overtime against the Flames, and now they’ve been doing well for 9 games in a row

Headline: Mark Stone’s Heroics Seal Overtime Victory for Vegas Golden Knights

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Stone scores 2nd of the game at 1:11- Calgary has lost 5 of 6

LAS VEGAS – In a thrilling match at T-Mobile Arena on Tuesday, Mark Stone led the Vegas Golden Knights to a 5-4 win against the Calgary Flames, scoring two goals and providing two assists, including the game-winner at 1:11 of overtime.

Stone’s decisive goal came after he received a precise stretch pass from Jack Eichel, swiftly maneuvered on a breakaway, and skillfully beat Dustin Wolf on the glove side from the left circle.

Chandler Stephenson and William Karlsson also made significant contributions, each scoring a goal and assisting, while Jonathan Marchessault assisted three times. Goalkeeper Logan Thompson made 27 saves, securing Vegas’ ninth consecutive point streak (6-0-3).

Calgary’s Yegor Sharangovich scored twice, and Nazem Kadri added a goal and an assist. Despite their efforts, the Flames (11-14-4) suffered their fifth loss in six games (1-4-1). Goalie Dustin Wolf made 34 saves.

The game’s intensity unfolded with MacKenzie Weegar giving the Flames an early lead at 6:27 of the first period. Stephenson responded with a power-play goal at 13:33, and the back-and-forth continued throughout the match.

Ivan Barbashev and Stone scored for Vegas, while Kadri and Sharangovich provided goals for the Flames. The contest reached a climax in the third period, with Karlsson putting Vegas ahead 4-3 at 16:14, only for Sharangovich to level the score 4-4 at 19:00 with Wolf on the bench for the extra skater.

Ultimately, Stone’s electrifying performance sealed the Golden Knights’ victory in a game filled with twists and turns.