Pacioretty scored a goal in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Sharks in Game 7.
Pacioretty's goal gave the Golden Knights a 3-0 lead in the third period, but a major penalty to Cody Eakin allowed the Sharks to rally with four power-play goals before Jonathan Marchessault provided the equalizer to force overtime. Barclay Goodrow then scored the sudden-death goal to eliminate the Golden Knights. Pacioretty had 10 points in the first four games of the series, but hadn't found the scoresheet since Game 4 prior to the goal Tuesday.
Pacioretty contributed two goals and two helpers along with seven shots and a plus-3 rating in Tuesday's 5-0 win over the Sharks in Game 4.
Pacioretty has a superhuman 10 points (four goals, six assists) in four postseason contests so far. One of his goals Tuesday came on the man advantage. Pacioretty's line with Mark Stone (two apples in Game 4) and Paul Stastny has carried the Golden Knights to a 3-1 series lead.
Pacioretty had a goal and an assist in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Sharks.
The Golden Knights' second line consisting of Mark Stone, Paul Stastny and Pacioretty keeps rolling. They accounted for all six goals on Sunday.
Pacioretty had two assists and two hits in Wednesday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks in Game 1 of their first-round series.
Pacioretty went without a point in his last four regular-season games, working his way back from a leg injury that cost him three contests in March. With 40 points in 66 appearances this season, it's been another down year for the winger, but he's shown good chemistry with Paul Stastny and Mark Stone on Vegas' second line, which could lead to higher production in the postseason.
Pacioretty (leg) dished for an assist and went plus-2 in a 3-2 loss to the Wild on Friday.
Pacioretty also fired five shots on goal and tossed five hits while skating 22:03 -- nearly five minutes higher than his season average. Pacioretty returned to the 40-point threshold with the helper, doing so in 62 games. He almost certainly won't return to his former 60-point glory, but it's better than the 37 he had last year in 64 games for the Canadiens.
Pacioretty (leg) will rejoin the lineup for Friday's game against the Wild, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Pacioretty's string of absences ends at three games, and he'll take his spot back as the left winger on the third line. He should also resume his duties on the second power-play unit, looking to add to his 39 points through 61 contests this season. If he can stay healthy the rest of the way, Pacioretty should cross the 40-point mark, but, for a second straight season, he will fall well short of the 60-plus points he posted in four straight years from 2013-14 to 2016-17.
Pacioretty (leg) didn't make the trip to Denver for Wednesday's game against the Avalanche, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Pacioretty can thus be ruled out for the contest, marking his third consecutive absence from the lineup. Typically a shoo-in for 60-plus points, the veteran pivot is on track to miss that total by a wide margin for a second straight season. Injuries have played a part in his declined outputs the last two campaigns, but Pacioretty should have a decent chance to top 40 this season (currently at 39) if he can return to the lineup soon.
Pacioretty (leg) will not dress for Monday's game in St. Louis.
Once a near-guarantee to put up 60 points, Pacioretty is in danger of missing the 40-point mark for the second consecutive season. The veteran winger has just 11 points in 22 games since February and currently has no timetable for his return.
Pacioretty (leg) remains day-to-day ahead of Saturday's home game against the Red Wings, Danny Webster of NHL.com reports. As a result, he's not likely to play.
The ex-Hab's first season in Vegas looks eerily similar to his 10th with Montreal -- with 22 goals and 17 assists for the Golden Knights, Patches has bested his 2018-19 campaign by only two points. Furthermore, it seems like the only way Pacioretty won't crack double digits in power-play points for the eighth consecutive year is if his leg injury worsens. The respected scoring winger's next chance to suit up will arrive Monday against the Blues in St. Louis.
Pacioretty (leg) is considered day-to-day ahead of Saturday's matchup with Detroit.
This is great news for the Golden Knights and fantasy owners alike, as it appeared as though Pacioretty may be facing a long-term absence when he exited Thursday's win over Winnipeg with an apparent leg injury. The American winger should probably be considered a long shot for Saturday's game against the Red Wings at this juncture, but confirmation on his status for that contest should surface prior to puck drop.
Pacioretty exited Thursday's game against the Jets after suffering an apparent right-leg injury, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Pacioretty immediately headed to the locker room after clipping Winnipeg's Jacob Trouba with his right knee late in the first period of Thursday's contest. The Golden Knights have yet to release any additional details regarding Pacioretty's status, but it's safe to assume he won't return against Winnipeg. Another update on the American winger's condition will undoubtedly be released prior to Saturday's game against Detroit.
Pacioretty registered an assist and led the Golden Knights with five shots on goal in a 6-3 loss to the Flames on Sunday.
Pacioretty matched the 37 points he had from last season with the helper Sunday. He reached the mark in seven fewer games than in his last campaign with the Canadiens. Pacioretty has three goals and two assists in his last seven outings, as well as 26 shots on goal.
Pacioretty scored one of the Golden Knights' three second-period goals in Sunday's win over the Canucks.
Pacioretty and his linemates Paul Stastny and Mark Stone are also gelling defensively, having not allowed a goal in four games since Stone's acquisition from the Sens.
Pacioretty potted two goals on eight shots in a 4-1 win over the Stars on Tuesday.
One of Pacioretty's tallies came on the power play, tying the game in the second period. Pacioretty is up to 20 goals and 34 points in 51 games. It appears the newly formed line he's on with center Paul Stastny and the newly-acquired Mark Stone is off to a good start as the Golden Knights look to solidify their playoff position.
Pacioretty scored two goals with nine shots on net in a 5-1 victory against the Predators on Saturday.
The 30-year-old had only one assist in the last five games, so this breaks him out of a dry spell. Pacioretty missed a few games because of injury and has seen his average ice time plummet this season, but he still has more goals than he did in 2017-18. The veteran winger has 18 goals and 32 points in 47 contests.
Pacioretty dished an assist in a 5-2 loss to the Coyotes on Tuesday.
Pacioretty also served up four hits in addition to five shots on goal. He used to be a sure bet for 30 goals, but through 45 games, he has 16 goals and 30 points this year. It appears the change of scenery hasn't worked out that well for the 30-year-old winger.
Pacioretty produced nine points in nine games in the month of January.
A year after posting a career-low shooting percentage of 8.0, Pacioretty is converting on 13.6 percent of his shots in 2018-19 and is just two goals shy of his total from a year ago. Sitting at 28 points through 39 games, the left winger will be hoping to build off his impressive January display.
Pacioretty dished out a pair of helpers in a 4-3 overtime win over Chicago on Saturday. He also chipped in six hits.
Pacioretty has just 12 assists and 24 points this season but he's trending in the right direction. After scoring just two goals in his first 14 games, the first-year Golden Knight has picked up 22 points over the last 21 games, including six on the power play.
Pacioretty scored the game-winner in Sunday's 3-2 victory over the Devils.
His tally late in the second period completed the comeback from an early 2-0 deficit. Pacioretty has 12 goals and 21 points through 32 games in his first campaign for the Knights, and the five-time 30-goal scorer with the Habs could be poised for a big second half if he can stay healthy.
Pacioretty (undisclosed) is no longer listed on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
Pacioretty was deemed a game-time decision for Friday's matchup with Anaheim following morning skate, but his activation off IR coupled with the demotion of Brandon Pirri to the AHL all but confirms he'll make his return to action against the Ducks. The American winger is expected to slot into his usual spot skating on the Golden Knights' second line and second power-play unit.
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