Alex Tuch scored the tiebreaking goal in the second period and the Vegas Golden Knights pulled away for a 7-3 victory over the Calgary Flames on Wednesday night.
With the win, the Golden Knights moved back atop the NHL standings with 84 points, one ahead of Eastern Conference-leading Tampa Bay.
Ryan Carpenter, William Karlsson, Reilly Smith, Luca Sbisa, Erik Haula and Cody Eakin also scored for Vegas, which improved to 23-4-2 at home to set the record for home wins by a team in its inaugural season. It topped the previous mark set by the Gordie Howe-lead 1979-80 Whalers (22-12-6).
Tuch also had an assist and his first fight of the season, giving him the so-called Gordie Howe hat trick.
Marc-Andre Fleury, starting his ninth straight game, made 28 saves for the Golden Knights.
TJ Brodie, Dougie Hamilton and Matthew Tkachuk scored for Calgary, which was 8-2-1 in its previous 11 road games. David Rittich finished with 19 saves.