The Vegas Golden Knights will welcome back Adin Hill when they play the Colorado Avalanche in Denver tonight.
Due to a lower-body injury, Hill has missed 15 games. The season before, he had a 10-2-2 record and a 1.93 goals-against average, which was fantastic. In the fifteen games he has appeared in, he has also had a save percentage of.933.
Adin will play tonight, according to Vegas coach Bruce Cassidy. “He’s in if he shows up at the rink tonight ready to play.”
Due to illness, Jiri Patera was the team’s backup when Logan Thompson was unable to travel.
“Originally, Logan was supposed to play tonight,” Cassidy remarked. “We intended to part ways with Adin and give him a few more days. Not have travel or deal with that part of it or the altitude. We had assumed that we would have that luxury since we were going to divide them.
“Logan, we’ll see if he’s ready to go when we get back to Vegas. If he’s not ready to go, hopefully it’s not that serious. It’s Patera if not.”
LAST TIME OUT: On November 4, Vegas defeated Colorado 7-0, dominating the game. With two short-handed goals, Mark Stone finished with four points, and Hill recorded his first shutout of the year with 41 saves.
Colorado Avalanche Projected Lines
Mikko Rantanen, Nathan MacKinnon, and Jonathan Drouin
Logan O’Connor, Ross Colton, and Valeri Nichushkin
Joel Kiviranta, Ryan Johansen, and Andrew Cogliano
Jason Polin, Fredrik Olofsson, and Kurtis MacDermid
Toews, Devon – Cale Makar
Sam Malinski – Samuel Girard
Jack Johnson – Caleb Jones
Vegas Golden Knights Projected Lines:
Jack Eichel, Jonathan Marchessault, and Ivan Barbashev
Mark Stone, Chandler Stephenson, and Pavel Dorofeyev
Keegan Kolesar, Nicolas Roy, and Brett Howden
Grigori Denizen, Michael Amadio, and Paul Cotter
Alec Martinez – Alex Pietrangelo
Nicolas Hague – Zach White cloud
Brayden McNabb – Lukas Cormier
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