Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Shea Theodore and Anaheim Ducks forward Max Comtois got into a fight during the third period of their game. Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch talks about the scuffle and says he wishes Comtois had come after him instead. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
After a 5-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks, the Golden Knights head coach said “puck luck” is starting to go the team’s way because they’re playing harder right now. The players talk about their performances and what they think has given them an edge in their last two games. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights right wing Alex Tuch returned to practice on Tuesday afternoon. Tuch missed the last four games due to an upper-body injury sustained in the team’s 4-3 overtime loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Nov. 3.
The Golden Knights recent road trip turned out to be an unsuccessful one, as the team went 1-3 away from home. Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch says one of the problems lately has been that his team is just trying to win games, instead of completely dominating their opponents.
Alex Tuch and Nate Schmidt return to practice as the team becomes more energized after their win against the Anaheim Ducks.
The Golden Knights not only lost to the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 on Friday night, the team also saw Alex Tuch and Cody Eakin head off the ice with injuries. Golden Edge host Cassie Soto and Golden Knights beat writers David Schoen and Ben Gotz give an update on the players injuries as well as discuss what went wrong for the Golden Knights.
The Golden Knights held its 2019 Charity Golf Classic on Wednesday at TPC Summerlin. Before teeing off, Golden Knights players Ryan Reaves, Jonathan Marchassault and Alex Tuch said who they thought were the worst and best golfers on their team.
Vegas Golden Knights Defenseman Shea Theodore says he’s trying to elevate his game in all phases and his teammate Alex Tuch talks about Theodore’s growth as a player.
The Vegas Golden Knights could close out their first playoff series on the road against the San Jose Sharks when Game 5 takes place at the SAP Center. The team says they’re going to have to play their best to defeat a “desperate” opponent.
After a 6-3 win over the Edmonton Oilers, the Vegas Golden Knights say they’re proud of the way they’re playing as they prepare to face the San Jose Sharks on the road. (Heidi Fang / Las Vegas Review-Journal)