Seattle Kraken succumb to Vegas Golden Knights in franchise's opening game

Max Pacioretty scored twice and the Vegas Golden Knights defeated the Seattle Kraken 4-3 in a battle of the two newest teams in the NHL. 

Vegas, which made its league debut four years ago, held off a rally from the NHL’s latest addition in what turned out to be a scrappy effort from the Kraken in their franchise debut. 

Ryan Donato scored Seattle’s first goal in franchise history, gathering the loose puck and putting home the backhander.  68 seconds later,  Jared McCann scored the Kraken’s second goal.  McCann, who had been in the Covid protocol, was cleared to play Monday morning.

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