NHL fans rallied ahead of a pre-season game between the Seattle Kraken and Edmonton Oilers on Friday night.
Mike was cut off during the national anthem. Luckily, the fans took over and gave incredible performances before dropping the puck. The game was being played at the Angel of the Winds Arena in Wash’s Everett.
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Kraken will pick up the win in overtime. Edmonton’s Brendon Perlini scored the fourth goal of the pre-season to take a 1-0 lead. Seattle’s Jaden Schwartz equalized in the third period and Jared McCann scored in overtime.
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Seattle is preparing for the NHL’s 32nd team and their first regular-season game in history. The team has one more pre-season game on the road schedule against the Vancouver Canucks. This is the last game on the road against the Vegas Golden Knights before the start of the 2021-22 season.
The Kraken’s first five games are on the road before they play their first home game.
Seattle starts playing at the Climate Pledge Arena against Canucks on October 2nd. This is the beginning of a four-game homestand.
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Crackers have a lot. The NHL’s latest expansion team, Vegas, went 51-24-7 in the regular season, winning the Pacific Division and taking a place in the Stanley Cup Final.