The Golden Knights were also honored for Best Team Introductions and Best Team Operations.
“It’s only gonna be released on draught to start,” Ryan Reaves says. “But if people like it we’ll start thinking cans and bottles.”
The items you must have, gentlemen, are the new VGK blazers on sale at the Armory at T-Mobile and the Arsenal at City National Arena.
John Katsilometes is on the gold carpet before the Golden Knights season opener.
Smoothini dumps dozens of pucks on the ice. He tells Lil Jon to write a song title, any title, with a silver Sharpie on one of the pucks.
Minutes after they saluted several thousand fans at 3rd Street Stage on Fremont Street in its “Stick Salute to Vegas,” members of the Vegas Golden Knights made their way to dinner at The D Las Vegas.
The Vegas Golden Knights did more than reach the Stanley Cup Final, and were more than just the most successful expansion franchise ever in pro sports. Though the achievements are enough reason to celebrate this team.
A clip of PATD to air as part of today’s Stanley Cup Final pregame show on NBC. Game 5 between the Golden Knights and Washington Capitals airs at 5 p.m. from T-Mobile Arena.
Down 3-1 in the Stanley Cup Final, the Vegas Golden Knights can use a boost. Maybe a wild fan can dance down the aisle at T-Mobile Arena at Thursday’s Game 5, tearing off multiple T-shirts and cajoling the crowd to “Make Some Noise!”
Not every singer gets the entire T-Mobile Arena crowd to rise to its feet for his first song. Carnell Johnson — dubbed Golden Pipes — gets that kind of reaction before, during and after he sings the national anthem at Vegas Golden Knights games.