Panthers vs. Golden Knights live score, updates, highlights from Game 2 of Stanley Cup Final
The Stanley Cup Final continues on Monday night, as the Golden Knights and the Panthers meet for Game 2.
Vegas threw the first punch on Saturday night, defeating Florida 5-2 to open the series. Five different Golden Knights players found the back of the net, including Zach Whitecloud, who had the game-winning goal. Meanwhile, Adin Hill was sensational in net yet again, saving 33 of the 35 shots that came his way.
Vegas' victory marks the third consecutive series in which the Golden Knights have taken the first game. The club improved to 7-3 at home during the 2023 playoffs and is aiming to make it 8-3 at T-Mobile Arena on Monday.
MORE: Watch the 2023 NHL playoffs on TNT with Sling TV
On the other side, the Panthers dropped a Game 1 for the first time since the first round against the Bruins. It also was the first time that goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky allowed at least four goals since Game 6 against Boston.
Bobrovsky hasn't lost back-to-back games yet this postseason, while the Panthers haven't done so since Games 3 and 4 in the first round. They'll try to draw even with the Golden Knights before the series shifts to South Florida for the next two contests.
The Sporting News is providing updates and highlights from Game 2 of the Golden Knights vs. Panthers Stanley Cup Final.
MORE: Golden Knights vs. Panthers Stanley Cup Final preview for 2023 NHL playoffs
6:35 p.m.: Eetu Luostarinen has already been ruled out for the Game 2 contest on Monday night by Paul Maurice. The forward missed Game 1, as he recovers from an injury he suffered in the final game of the Eastern Conference Final.
Luostarinen is out tonight, per Maurice. pic.twitter.com/19Sxt5fXoi— Jameson Olive (@JamesonCoop)
6:30 p.m.: Sergei Bobrovsky hasn't lost back-to-back games yet in this postseason. He's hoping that trend continues in Game 2. On the other side, Adin Hill has only lost one game at home during the 2023 postseason.
Panthers vs. Golden Knights Game 2 puck drop is set for 8 p.m. ET, 5 p.m. local time in Vegas, on Monday, June 5.
The game is being played at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Games 3 and 4 of the series are scheduled to be played at FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Fla.
In the U.S., Panthers vs. Golden Knights Game 2 will be broadcast on TNT, TBS and truTV. Fans in Canada can watch on Sportsnet and CBC in English or TVA Sports in French.
For those looking to live stream the game, the TNT and TBS apps are options in the United States.
Fans in the U.S. can also watch the Stanley Cup Final on Sling TV, which is now offering half off the first month. Viewers can stream the sports they love starting at $20 for the first month with Sling Orange, which offers TNT.
SIGN UP FOR SLING: English | Spanish
In Canada, streamers can watch the game through SN NOW, CBC Gem or the CBC Sports app.
The Golden Knights enter Game 2 as favorites over the Panthers once again. They were favored in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final and made good on that confidence with a 5-2 win.
Odds provided by Sports Interaction.
News by day
28 of September 2023