Dan Reynolds and Imagine Dragons bandmates Daniel Platzman, Wayne Sermon and Ben McKee rocked T-Mobile Arena with a pregame performance of “Whatever It Takes” before Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.
The Grammy Award-winning Las Vegas rockers will play before the Knights take on the Capitals.
Gladys Knight says she is “proud to be an original Knight” in Las Vegas.
Smith Center president Myron Martin has been asked for tickets; he might be doing some asking himself for the Stanley Cup Final.
Mitch Albom dug up a nickname Tuesday. It was bestowed upon Vegas Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant long ago.
The Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Convertible customized with a Vegas Golden Knights logo and gold-and-silver color scheme is parked in the refurbished porte cochere at the Palms.
In an only-in-Vegas coincidence, two busy singers who live in Las Vegas — Mikalah Gordon of Rose. Rabbit. Lie at The Cosmopolitan and Amanda Avila of Brio at Tivoli Village — were both finalists on Season 4 of “American Idol” in 2004.
Carrie Underwood adopted the Golden Knights as her new favorite team just after Winnipeg beat the Preds in Game 7.
Carrie Underwood may be the Golden Knights’ newest fan, but Canada has proven they sure aren’t a fan of hers.
Country music superstar Carrie Underwood looks to be one of the newest passengers on the Vegas Golden Knights bandwagon as it heads into the Western Conference Final.