Oscar Dansk stopped 29 shots for his second win in two career appearances, and the Golden Knights beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-2 on Tuesday night to become the first expansion team to win seven of its first eight NHL games.
Vegas won its fourth straight and improved to 7-1-0 in its inaugural season.
Dansk made his first NHL start after replacing an injured Subban during a 3-2 win over the St. Louis Blues on Saturday. The 23-year-old gave up goals to John Hayden and Patrick Kane, but was otherwise stellar for the Golden Knights.
Things didn't start so well, though, as Hayden stuffed one between Dansk and the left post just 3:33 into the game for a short-handed goal.
The Golden Knights didn't take long to answer. William Karlsson tipped Colin Millers' shot from the point past Chicago goalie Corey Crawford.
A little more than a minute later, Tomas Nosek pushed Deryk Engelland's rebound under Crawford's pads to give the Golden Knights a 2-1 lead.
Dansk came up with one of his biggest saves of the game with 6:18 left in the second period when he stopped Kane's wrist shot during a 2-on-1 break.
Pierre-Edourard Bellemare extended the lead to 3-1 late in the second when he smacked Nosek's pass from behind the net past Crawford.
With 12:20 left in the game, Dansk came up with another big save when he stoned Patrick Sharp's point-blank shot on a breakaway.
Jonathan Marchessault took a pass from Nate Schmidt and hit the upper left corner of the net with a shot Crawford never saw, making it 4-1 with 9:40 remaining.
Kane finished the scoring with 1:05 left, extending his point streak to six games, the longest this season by a Blackhawks player.
The Golden Knights went 2 for 5 on power-play opportunities, while Chicago was 0 for 3.
Vegas outshot Chicago 33-31, the seventh time in 10 games the Blackhawks have been outshot.
Chicago hosts Vancouver on Friday night.