Sports Golden Knights' Perron a game-time decision for Game 3 vs. Jets

23:04  16 may  2018
23:04  16 may  2018 Source:   thescore.com

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Head coach Gerard Gallant said forward David Perron missed Game 2 because he "wasn't feeling well," according to Adam Hill of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, but the winger was listed as a game - time decision ahead of Game 3 on Wednesday. Perron finished third on the Golden Knights

Marc-Andre Fleury stole the show and Jonathan Marchessault scored two goals to help the Vegas Golden Knights double up the Winnipeg Jets in Game 3

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The Vegas Golden Knights could have a key offensive figure back in the lineup in Game 3 against the Winnipeg Jets.

Head coach Gerard Gallant said forward David Perron missed Game 2 because he "wasn't feeling well," according to Adam Hill of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, but the winger was listed as a game-time decision ahead of Game 3 on Wednesday.

Perron finished third on the Golden Knights with 66 points this season, and he has collected seven assists in nine playoff games.

While his status is uncertain, one small lineup change has already been made. Backup netminder Malcolm Subban is day to day with an undisclosed illness/injury, so Maxime Lagace will serve as Marc-Andre Fleury's No. 2, Gallant told Steve Carp of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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