Doors open at 3:30 p.m. for the 5 p.m. start, admission is free and the same security policies for live games inside T-Mobile will be enacted.
As more and more fans catch Knights fever during the team’s remarkable Stanley Cup Playoff run, casino companies are capitalizing on the hottest ticket in town.
The Golden Knights enter Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final desperately searching for secondary scoring from its middle six forwards.
The Knights have lost three straight games only three times in their first 100 games and handicapper Dana Lane doesn’t expect it to happen again in Game 4.
Golden Knights defenseman Shea Theodore struggled mightily in Game 3 loss to the Capitals, which allowed Washington to assume a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final series.
Down 2-1 to the surging Washington Capitals, the Golden Knights are struggling to explain how something that has gone so right for so long could go so wrong so fast.
Golden Knights forward Tomas Nosek from the Czech Republic has been contributing of late to the team’s run to the Stanley Cup Final.
Golden Knights backup goaltender Malcolm Subban has not practiced with the team since suffering an undisclosed injury prior to Game 3 of the Western Conference Final in mid-May.
The Capitals are largely identified by a top line featuring the most prolific goal scorer of this generation playing alongside one of the game’s most talented young stars.
The Vegas Golden Knights lost 3-1 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final to the Washington Capitals on Saturday night, but they aren’t worried.