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Golden Knights’ radio home to rebroadcast first 8 wins The Golden Knights' radio home KRLV will rebroadcast the first eight wins in franchise history every other day starting Wednesday. Each broadcast will begin at 6 p.m. and feature the entire length of the game. It also will be available to stream online at lvsportsnetwork.com.
Two AHL Signings; Who Are Jake McLaughlin And Zack Hayes? Since the NHL hit the pause button 26 days ago, the Golden Knights have conducted two pieces of business. Well, technically the Henderson Blank Blanks conducted the business, but you get my point. Both moves involved the signing of undrafted free agent defensemen to AHL contracts.
Clark County seeks opinion on drive-thru service at cannabis dispensaries Deemed essential by the state, cannabis dispensaries may continue to deliver to customers through the coronavirus emergency, but Clark County officials want to know: Might they be able to offer drive-thru services, too? The county commission agreed Tuesday to confer with the state attorney general's office on whether Gov.
Wake Up Vegas! Play of the Day: Tuch's Hot Start vs. NYR In the first week of December, the Golden Knights jetted cross-country for a trip to face the New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils and New York Islanders.
NHL Rivalry Breakdown: San Jose Sharks and Vegas Golden Knights As part of our NHL rivalry series, this time we examine the rivalry between the San Jose Sharks and the Vegas Golden Knights.
NHL reportedly considering playing at neutral sites The idea is one of many the NHL is mulling as it continues to review scenarios that could allow it to finish the regular season and postseason if the coronavirus pandemic subsides. "We are looking at everything," deputy commissioner Bill Daly said in an email to the Review-Journal.
Vegas Golden Knights: Alex Tuch emerges as biggest disappointment of 2020 Overall, while Alex Tuch will go down as the biggest disappointment of 2019-20 for the Vegas Golden Knights, there is a pathway for the talented forward to get back to the highs he scaled a year ago.
Vegas Golden Knights bolster new AHL team with another prospect D The Vegas Golden Knights have signed another prospect defenseman in Zack Hayes for their new American Hockey League franchise.
Chicago Wolves' Oscar Dansk wins community service award Chicago Wolves goaltender Oscar Dansk was named the team's winner of the American Hockey League's Man of the Year award Monday. That makes him one of 31 nominees for the overall AHL Man of the Year award. Dansk, who played one game with the Golden Knights this season, also won the Wolves' Dan Snyder Award for community service.
Playoff Participation Plan Diminishes Vegas' First Place Finish The NHL is not college basketball, or even the World Cup. The Stanley Cup playoffs is not a tournament of rewarded participants, it's a tournament of winners. So, why would Vegas, Saint Louis, Boston or Tampa want to risk playing a team that has nothing to lose, and face losing to a #16th seed?
Vegas Golden Knights: Stephenson biggest and most positive surprise of 2020 The Vegas Golden Knights are waiting to find out the fate of the 2019-20 season but, in the meantime, they can look back on the biggest surprise of the year.
SIN BIN: Vegas goalie calls COVID-19 shy Swedish government 'f - idiots' Vegas Golden Knights goalie Robin Lehner is giving his native country of Sweden a big meatball for their response to the deadly coronavirus. The Scandinavian socialist sweetspot has yet to introduce quarantines and social distancing even as the COVID-19 death count mounts in the country, doubling in one day.
Vegas Golden Knights: Theodore riding rapid trajectory towards the very top The sporting world is on lockdown, so we thought it would be a good opportunity to assess Vegas Golden Knights' defenseman Shea Theodore's blossoming career.
Las Vegas, the home of champions. Yesterday and tomorrow. A lot has happened since then and, of course, a lot hasn't happened. Like another national championship or even a hint of one, which includes an invitation to the dance in the last too many years. Hear that, T.J. Otzelberger, no pressure!
Vegas Golden Knights: Projecting Cody Glass' role in 2020-21 It all started with so much promise but Cody Glass' rookie year for the Vegas Golden Knights was brought to an abrupt end thanks to injury. After conquerin…
Dave Rice has ‘90 champion Rebels among all-time best teams "Which team is the best? Who knows. But I can tell you that our group had a lot of confidence in what we brought and how we did it. "We changed basketball from a standpoint of pressure, man-to-man defense, transition offense and won a national championship.
DeBoer Has No Interest In First Round Bye They've all been floated as the NHL tries to figure out how they'll return to action when the pandemic finally subsides. For the Golden Knights, because they sat atop the Pacific Division when the league was paused, the smaller the tournament, the better.
UNLV’s glory days still resonate for those who witnessed them Sometimes the Rebels made up the rules as they went along. They had a chip on their collective shoulder and dared you to knock it off. Bellmen and bartenders could relate. Cocktail waitresses and chambermaids could relate. Siegfried and Roy could relate.
NHL News: Regular Season, Olli Juollevi, Vegas and Ottawa, NHL Statement On Miller Incident Rick Dhaliwal: The agent for Vancouver Canucks defenseman Olli Juolevi said that he's 100 percent healthy and that he will start training in the upcoming weeks. SinBin.Vegas: The Vegas Golden Knights Foundation and team owner Bill Foley said that they have donated $1 million for the Nevada COVID-19 Response, Relief and Recovery Task Force.
Golden Knights' Top Prospect Jack Dugan Is NHL Ready Jack Dugan of Providence College led the NCAA in points this season, and will be an important piece in the Golden Knights lineup when he signs his NHL deal.
Las Vegas Raiders pledge $1M to fight COVID-19 NEVADA - The Las Vegas Raiders said they are proud to stand alongside community leaders that are doing everything that they can during this time of need and pledge $1 million to help combat the current COVID-19 pandemic. RELATED: Vegas Golden Knights donate $1M to Nevada COVID-19 Task Force.
Photos show iconic Las Vegas landmarks before and after closures Weeks after Las Vegas updated its branding with the motto "What Happens Here, Only Happens Here," another more urgent slogan took hold: "Stay Home for Nevada." The plea from Gov. Steve Sisolak, along with the shuttering of all nonessential businesses, has led to scenes of a seemingly abandoned Las Vegas.
Vegas Golden Knights Foundation donates to Nevada COVID-19 aid Golden Knights owner Bill Foley and the Vegas Golden Knights foundation donated $1 million to the Nevada COVID-19 Response, Relief and Recover Task Force on Friday.
Vegas Golden Knights: Return of compliance buyouts not good news for Stastny Now, according to former NHL General Manager and now Sportsnet Analyst Brian Burke, the NHL could look to bring back the Compliance Buyout in order to help teams erase contracts they simply can't afford post-COVID-19.
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