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George McPhee
Ryan Reaves
Tomas Tatar
Paul Stastny
Max Pacioretty
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Nate Schmidt
Erik Haula
Colin Miller
William Carrier
Jonathan Marchessault
William Karlsson
Reilly Smith
Valentin Zykov
Jake Bischoff
Erik Brannstrom
Dylan Coghlan
Nicolas Hague
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Today, Vegas Golden Knights general manager George McPhee discusses his team's struggles on offense, the strength of the defense and another player who might fit the "Golden Misfits."  Will the Vegas Golden Knights be aggressive again before the NHL Trade Deadline?They acquired forwards Ryan Reaves and Tomas Tatar last season, paying a particularly high price for Tatar -- a first-, a second- and a third-round pick.But there were special circumstances. [RELATED: Wild face 'hard decisions' before Trade Deadline, GM says | Penguins GM not feeling pressure to make move] And while they still have a surplus of assets -- two extra picks in the third and fifth rounds of the 2019 NHL Draft, two extra second-round picks in the 2020 NHL Draft and a number of defense prospects -- it isn't as big. We've had deadlines in the past where we didn't do anything, because the right thing wasn't there." On evaluating the Golden Knights when so many players have been out of the lineup, from a suspension to defenseman Nate Schmidt (20 games) to injuries to Stastny (30), Pacioretty (13), forward Erik Haula (41), defenseman Colin Miller (13), forward William Carrier (12) and more: "You try not to make excuses, and it's next man up. Karlsson is a very, very good 200-foot center and plays the game right and can be a streaky guy." On 23-year-old forward Valentin Zykov, who led the American Hockey League with 33 goals last season, was waived by the Carolina Hurricanes after he had three assists in 13 games, was waived by the Edmonton Oilers after he had no points in five games and was claimed by Vegas on Dec. 29: "We saw what he did in the American League last year, obviously, and so we saw the upside and the ability to score. We thought if we could work with him -- and we've worked with him for about a month -- to get him to understand how we play and try to develop his game a little bit more that he could be a good player."We know he can score. We're going to do our very best to not allow him to fail." On allowing 2.71 goals per game, fifth in the NHL, after allowing 2.74 last season, eighth in the League: "When we're playing the right way, we can be very effective.

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