LAS VEGAS -- The milestones just keep on coming for the expansion Vegas Golden Knights.
The Pacific Division leaders return home to host the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night at T-Mobile after an impressive 4-1 road trip on the east coast that was capped by a 3-2 victory at Philadelphia on Monday night.
That win gave the Golden Knights (45-19-5) 45 points on the road, breaking the NHL record for an expansion team (44) set by the Florida Panthers in 1993-94 with five more road dates still left on the schedule.
And it was also the 400th career victory for goalie Marc-Andre Fleury who did it in 728 games, the second-fastest in NHL history by just one game behind Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers who did it in 727 games.
"To get his 400th win, that's a huge accomplishment," Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said. "Hopefully we're around for 500."
"It's pretty cool," Fleury said. "It's something I've heard a little bit more about in the last few days here and to finally achieve it, especially against the Flyers ... we always had good games against them and I'm really happy it's finally over with." >> Read more
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