The Las Vegas Valley has been infatuated with the Vegas Golden Knights since the team established itself as the area’s first professional franchise in October 2017. But in 2018 the Golden Knights captured hearts with a remarkable run to the Stanley Cup Final, and continuous community outreach that endeared the players and coaches to adoring fans.
The second annual “Silver and Gold” food drive skated into City National Arena in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Fans took their inaugural-season energy into the Golden Knights’ opener at the T-Mobile Arena and kept their spirits high Thursday night, despite the hockey team’s 6-2 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers.
Twenty-one Community Ambulance employees who were on scene when gunfire erupted at the Route 91 Harvest festival were honored in Henderson Monday morning.
Las Vegas became a big-league hockey town with the arrival of the Golden Knights, but the high price of gear might preventsome youths from hitting the ice themselves.
On Wednesday, University Medical Center teamed up with the Golden Knights to give pediatric patients a chance to sign a contract and be a player for the day with Golden Knights center Ryan Carpenter.
Kids got a chance to learn from Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Deryk Engelland during a street hockey clinic the team hosted Tuesday at Paradise Recreation Center.
For anyone who thinks of City National Arena as just some practice facility for the Vegas Golden Knights, with little else to offer in between National Hockey League seasons, be assured that you’re in for a surprise.
Children in the Las Vegas Valley can learn hockey from the most popular sports team in Southern Nevada this summer—minus the ice they usually play on.
The “Vegas Golden Knights: Vegas Born, Vegas Strong” float will bear Knights defenseman Deryk Engelland and his family, accompanied by the team’s Golden Aces cheerleaders, the KnightLine drummers and the Golden Knight.