Things change fast in the world of pro sports and salary caps, all of which could be impacted by what decisions George McPhee makes in the next several weeks.
Team owner Bill Foley and his management team have done an unbelievable job creating a place that players want to be for the long term, the latest being center William Karlsson.
The owner of the Golden Knights has a strong desire to bring a Major League Soccer expansion team to Las Vegas and house it as a tenant in the new Raiders stadium.
The controversial calls during the playoffs have shown yet again that the NHL’s archaic ways should be replaced with a more modern, progressive, insightful approach.
In elevating his assistant to a lead manager’s role, George McPhee on Thursday allowed for an organizational structure to continue its exceptional mode of execution for the Golden Knights.
The team’s owner sees his hockey team creating a global influence, of small children running through a sprawling Yu Garden of traditional pavilions and towers and ponds in China while wearing … a T-shirt with Chance on it?
History has defined the Golden Knights since their inception. But this is the kind they won’t soon forget. This kind will be talked about for decades to come, and not in a flattering manner.
The Sharks on Sunday night avoided elimination for the second straight game in dramatic fashion, beating the Golden Knights 2-1 in double overtime of Game 6 in this Western Conference quarterfinal before what ultimately became a despondent 18,458 fans at T-Mobile Arena.
San Jose forward Tomas Hertl said the Sharks were better than the Golden Knights and would win Game 6 in Las Vegas to force Game 7 at SAP Center.
This best-of-seven Western Conference quarterfinal series isn’t over because San Jose didn’t want it to be, because they were the better side Thursday night in beating the Golden Knights 5-2.