The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday approved a liquor manufacturing license for 7Five Brewing, the company co-founded by Golden Knights right winger Ryan Reaves.
“Clearly, if you can be licensed to own a casino operation in Nevada, you’re OK,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said of new Coyotes majority owner Alex Mereulo.
The Battle for Vegas Charity Softball game on Saturday will feature Reilly Smith’s team of Golden Knights players against a Raiders squad captained by Marcus Allen.
The Golden Knights will begin construction of a $25 million ice hockey facility in Downtown Henderson once the demolition of the convention center is complete.
A Vegas Golden Knight is trading the penalty box for the batter’s box for a charity event at Las Vegas Ballpark.
The feature documentary “Valiant” about the Vegas Golden Knights, co-produced by NHL Original Productions, is being taken out in search of a distributor, according to Deadline.com.
The Golden Knights have encouraged fans to #KnightUp and show their support for the team during the Stanley Cup playoffs, and now Mandalay Bay is doing the same.
When Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves and company launched his Training Day golden ale in late December, it was initially available only on tap at local PKWY Taverns.
Golden Knight player Ryan Reaves , whose Training Day Golden Ale is now available at about 60 bars throughout the valley, is hoping to release his second beer “in the next couple of months.”
Our friends at Able Baker Brewing report that Training Day Golden Ale, their beer developed in partnership with Vegas Golden Knights right winger Ryan Reaves’ 7Five Brewing, is finally available at T-Mobile Arena during Knights games.