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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Mum is still the word as the NHL’s executive committee’s decisions Tuesday regarding expansion for Las Vegas and Quebec City remain under wraps pending the Board of Governors meeting June 22 at Encore.
The NHL’s nine-member executive committee met for about four hours Tuesday in New York, but would not reveal its decisions on expansion and what recommendations it would make when the 30 owners meet June 22 in Las Vegas.
Evgeni Malkin scored his first goal of the series and Matt Murray made 23 saves after a shaky Game 3 to lead the Penguins to a 3-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Monday night for a 3-1 series lead.
The NHL’s nine-member executive committee meets Tuesday in New York and is expected to make a recommendation to the Board of Governors on expansion. Las Vegas and Quebec City are looking to join the NHL.
The NHL’s nine-member executive committee meets this week and is expected to recommend that Las Vegas join the league for the 2017-18 season while deferring Quebec City until 2018-19.
Two of Pittsburgh’s key playoff performers have been battling injuries but delivered in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals Monday as the Penguins defeated the Sharks, 3-2.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said the league has not reached a decision yet as to whether to award Bill Foley a franchise for Las Vegas. The final decision will be made at the league’s Board of Governors meeting June 22 in Las Vegas.
The Pittsburgh Penguins captain has won the Stanley Cup once before, in 2009, and it’s his first trip back to the Finals as the Penguins meet San Jose in the best-of-seven championship series.
For years, for decades, forever, those issues that prevented serious thought about Las Vegas ever featuring a major league professional sports franchise almost immediately ended any such movement.
Veteran center Ryan Kesler is a finalist for the Frank Selke Trophy, which goes to the NHL’s top defensive forward. He’ll be in Las Vegas June 22 for the Awards Show at the Hard Rock Hotel.
All signs point to a smooth and clear conclusion to the Las Vegas expansion process for billionaire Bill Foley. He just can’t say it. He can’t offer much of anything definitive. But he can plan and dream.
A major hurdle was cleared in businessman Bill Foley’s attempt to bring an NHL franchise to Las Vegas when the league and its players association reached terms on the rules to conduct an expansion draft.
Las Vegas and Quebec City are the only cities in consideration for expansion, which has no timetable but for now. He also said there is opportunity for Seattle to join the fray at this time.
After 27 grueling weeks of regular-season action, it’s time for fire on ice. The Stanley Cup playoffs will crank up the heat on NHL betting action over the next two months.
The Hard Rock Hotel will host the league’s annual gathering of its best players on June 22 at The Joint. The NHL confirmed Monday the site and date.
Billionaire businessman Bill Foley has finalized a deal with the Howard Hughes Corporation to build his NHL practice facility on land located at Far Hills Avenue off the 215 Beltway in Summerlin.
If you’re a hockey fan, you’re going to love T-Mobile Arena. If you’re a hockey player who skates for the hoped-to-be Las Vegas NHL franchise, you’re going to love coming to work.
On a night that the Florida Panthers handed out cardboard cutouts of actor Keven Spacey’s face, the “House of Cards” star surprised fans by taking off his “Spacey Facey” mask as the videoboard camera panned around the stands.
Bill Foley plans to build a two-sheet facility off Far Hills Avenue for his prospective NHL team near Interstate 215 in Summerlin on land that is owned by the Howard Hughes Corporation and is in the city of Las Vegas.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman remained tightlipped on the probability of expansion at this week’s general manager meetings.
NHL general managers met with league officials in Boca Raton, Florida, and were presented a plan that would call for a team to lose no more than one player if the NHL expands by one or no more than two players if the league expands by two.
Las Vegas still hasn’t received official word on if an expansion NHL team is coming to town. But when the general managers meet this week in Boca Raton, Fla., expansion draft rules are expected to be a topic of discussion, per the Toronto Sun.