Bill Foley was sitting on a couch at his Las Vegas office across the street from TPC Summerlin and wondered, "Where did the time go?"
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Deryk Engelland's position is defenseman. Rugged defenseman. Standing 6 feet 2 inches and weighing around 210 pounds, his style is checking guys into the boards, and removing them from Jonas Hiller's goal crease, and generally protecting teammates who score a lot more goals than he does.
Legendary Hall of Fame coach Al Arbour, who guided the New York Islanders to four straight Stanley Cup championships in the 1980s, died Friday. He was 82.
Bill Foley's bid for a National Hockey League team in Las Vegas is moving into "Phase 3" with league officials, which leaves us with this question: What does Phase 3 mean?
Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane met with investigators in New York regarding rape allegations following an extensive search of his home where the crime is alleged to have taken place.
Businessman Bill Foley's bid for a National Hockey League team in Las Vegas has reportedly moved to the next phase of consideration. The NHL will continue evaluating Foley's business plan for a franchise, which could potentially start playing at the new $375 million MGM Resorts International-AEG arena on the Strip by the 2017-18 season.
Police in upstate New York are investigating rape allegations against Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane.
Toronto native Daniel Negreanu — poker's all-time leading money winner with more than $30 million in career earnings — wants to buy a slice of Las Vegas' NHL expansion franchise if, as expected, the city is awarded one.
Bill Foley's application to the National Hockey League for a new franchise in Las Vegas has moved to the next stage as Foley will now submit information about the Las Vegas market to the league.
Prospective NHL team owner Bill Foley submitted his application to the National Hockey League on Monday for a team in Las Vegas that would play at the new arena being built behind New York-New York on the Strip.
It was only an intrasquad scrimmage, but Edmonton Oilers rookie Connor McDavid put on quite a show nonetheless for a crowd of 7,300 fans who turned out to watch the No. 1 overall pick in June’s NHL Draft in action.
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov remains suspended from the NHL after a judge accepted a plea deal on Thursday.
Former hockey player Scott Reid and his wife, Meaghan Mikkelson — an Olympic gold medalist in women’s hockey for Canada — will hold a playoff tournament on Twitter to help choose the name of their baby boy.
The NHL denied a New York Post report Tuesday that the league is arranging the sale of the Arizona Coyotes to billionaire William Foley, who would move the team to Las Vegas.
Wearing a Parrothead and Hawaiian shirt, a barefoot Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane celebrated with the Stanley Cup on stage Saturday at Jimmy Buffett’s concert at Chicago’s Tinley Park.
Dan LaCouture’s beef with the NHL is that he believes it knows there is a correlation between hockey and head trauma, and that the league has kept this information from the players. He said he probably suffered a dozen or more concussions during his career, five or six of which were documented.
There were three significant trades made just hours before the start of the 2015 NHL draft, but at least the first two picks — Connor McDavid to the Edmonton Oilers and Jack Eichel to the Buffalo Sabres — went as expected on Friday night at the BB&T Center.
NHL player Jarret Stoll has agreed to plead guilty to a pair of misdemeanor charges in a deal with prosecutors reached Thursday.
Las Vegas took its next anticipated step toward welcoming its first major league professional sports franchise when the NHL agreed to formally open an expansion process, meaning there is enough interest from 30 owners to pursue those folks with the means to join their fraternity.
Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price took home four trophies Wednesday at the NHL Awards Show at the MGM Grand Garden — the Hart Trophy that goes to the league’s MVP, the Vezina Trophy, the Ted Lindsay Award and the William M. Jennings Trophy.
The NHL’s Board of Governors gave the go-ahead Wednesday to formally explore the possibility of expansion. Businessman Bill Foley now must file a formal application to join the league, and from there, the NHL will decide whether the city warrants a franchise.
The NHL Board of Governors on Wednesday gave the green light to accept an expansion application from prospective owner Bill Foley to start a potential NHL team in Las Vegas — and any other ownership group interested in starting an NHL franchise in the U.S. or Canada.
The NHL’s Board of Governors is expected to approve a formal plan at Wednesday’s meeting at the MGM Grand to study expansion. That’s the most exciting news yet for William Foley, the billionaire who wants to bring the NHL to Las Vegas.