The franchise announced Vaughn Karpan had been hired as the director or player personnel and Bruno Campese had been hired as an amateur scout.
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Team officials have met with UNLV athletic director Tina Kunzer-Murphy about a plan to go NCAA Division I in the next three years. The cost would be $12 million and would include funding for a women’s lacrosse team.
Jason Zucker and Deryk Engelland lead a group of current and former pro players who are participating in the 4th annual Las Vegas Firefighters Youth Hockey Foundation charity game at the Fiesta Rancho.
Two copyright attorneys sympathize with Las Vegas NHL team owner Bill Foley in his frustration over the attempt to land the best name and logo for his hockey team which begins play in 2017-18.
Murray Craven, who has been advising Bill Foley for more than two years, has been named senior vice president for the Las Vegas NHL expansion team, which begins play in 2017-18.
David Conte has been hired as a professional scout by the Las Vegas NHL expansion team.
George McPhee, the general manager of Las Vegas’ NHL expansion team, continues to build his hockey scouting staff in preparation for hitting the road again next month.
Eddie Samuels, 30, was part of the first wave of talented Las Vegas youth hockey players who inspired another wave of talented local youth players who came up behind them, including Jason Zucker of the NHL’s Minnesota Wild.
Las Vegas NHL owner Bill Foley denied an internet report that he had decided to eliminate Nighthawks, Red Hawks and Desert Hawks from consideration as the team’s name.
Las Vegas franchise owner Bill Foley said Thursday he has registered domain names for the nicknames Red Hawks, Nighthawks and Desert Hawks. He said he is close to registering two other names as well.
David Prior has been hired as the Las Vegas NHL team’s director of goaltending and goaltender coach, Bill Foley announced on Wednesday.
The announcement follows the hire of director of player development Wil Nichol on Thursday, under general manager George McPhee and assistant general manager Kelly McCrimmon, as the team gets ready for play in the 2017-18 season.
Las Vegas NHL team general manager George McPhee and assistant GM Kelly McCrimmon are in Europe to scout under-18 age players in the prestigious Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup junior hockey tournament.
Las Vegas NHL team owner Bill Foley said progress is being made on finding a name and a logo for his expansion franchise and it’s down to four names, with the plan to unveil it in late September or early October.
The Las Vegas NHL franchise has hired Wil Nichol as its director of player development as general manager George McPhee continues to build his hockey operations staff.
The playing surface of Las Vegas’ NHL expansion team was tested for the first time Wednesday when about 100 local youth hockey players skated on it for two hours with no complaints.
George McPhee is the team’s general manager who is devising a plan on how to build the roster to compete early. But who exactly will be cheering for it?
Kelly McCrimmon said it was going to take a unique opportunity to leave Brandon, Manitoba, where he was owner, general manager and head coach of the Brandon Wheat Kings, one of Canada’s top junior hockey teams.
Kelly McCrimmon, one of the most successful coaches and executives in Canadian junior hockey, has been hired by the Las Vegas NHL expansion team as the assistant to general manager George McPhee.
T-Mobile Arena held an open house Monday for season ticket-holders to Las Vegas’ NHL franchise to see where they might want to sit when the seat selection process is held later this fall.
Kelly McCrimmon is expected to join the organization as assistant general manager. McCrimmon, 55, has been serving ashead coach, general manager and part owner of the Brandon (Manitoba) Wheat Kings of the Western Hockey League.
Las Vegas’ NHL expansion team doesn’t have a nickname yet, but at least it has a place to skate after T-Mobile Arena rink is frozen and lined.
North Dakota and Minnesota will meet Oct. 27, 2018, at Orleans Arena in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game. The rivalry, which dates to 1930, is one of the fiercest in college hockey.
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