The Golden Knights remain in the mix to sign fourth-line center Pierre-Edouard Bellemare. Otherwise, don’t expect the team to be busy whe NHL free agency opens Monday.
Golden Knights prospect Ben Jones put up eye-popping offensive numbers last season in the Ontario Hockey League. But defense remains his calling card.
Incoming president of hockey operations George McPhee said Saturday at least one first-year defenseman will be on the Golden Knights roster next season.
First-round pick Peyton Krebs attended development camp to get his first taste of the organization, though he’s still unsure when he can return to the ice after Achilles surgery.
The 20-year-old goaltending prospect, in camp for the third straight year, recorded a shutout in a 3-0 win for the gray team during Friday’s scrimmage at City National Arena.
The 26-year-old was dealt Friday for a second-round pick in 2021 and a fifth-round pick in 2022, putting the team approximately $900,000 over the $81.5 million salary cap.
Golden Edge host Cassie Soto and Golden Knights beat writers Adam Hill and David Schoen discuss what stood out to them at Thursday’s first development camp scrimmage.
The left wing, taken in the fifth round of the NHL draft, was selected by the Brandon Wheat Kings in the first round of the Canadian major junior leagues’ Import Draft on Thursday.
The 17-year-old forward, a fifth-round pick in this year’s NHL draft, grew up in a hockey family, as his father, Wayne, and his uncle, Keith, had lengthy careers in the league.
The Knights are approximately $4.775 million over the salary cap after trading forward Erik Haula to the Carolina Hurricanes for prospect Nicolas Roy on Wednesday.