What a debut! Neal scores two goals as Golden Knights post 2-1 win in franchise’s first game

Marc-Andre Fleury was brilliant in net making 45 saves as VGK (1-0) shocked the Dallas Stars, who entered the game as a minus-225 favorite.

Neal scored both goals. The game-winner came with 2:45 left in the game.

Neal, who went to the Route 91 concert on Friday, said this was all for Las Vegas.

Head coach Gerard Gallant was thrilled with the victory.

The night started off beautifully as the Stars honored the victims of the terrorist massacre.

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