The Golden Knights are currently in Phase Two of the NHL’s return to play plan and are allowed to have 12 players skating at one time.
Golden Knights writer Ben Gotz and Heidi Fang discuss the rumors that Las Vegas is no longer a frontrunner for an NHL hub city due to spikes in COVID-19 and what that means for the Vegas Golden Knights. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The NHL expanded Phase Two workouts to 12 players on Tuesday. The league hopes to begin training camps July 10 before its 24-team postseason tournament starts in two hub cities.
Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves talks about signing a two-year extension with the team, his personal experiences with racism as a hockey player and what the NHL and individual hockey teams could do to bring more cultural diversity to the sport. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights General Manager Kelly McCrimmon Talks Team Responsibility for BLM Movement and what role sports plays as a whole.
Golden Knights General Manager Kelly McCrimmon talks Ryan Reaves signing a two-year extension.
Golden Knights General Manager Kelly McCrimmon talks Golden Knights preseason and the possibility of Las Vegas becoming a hub city for playoffs.
Vegas Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves joined the “Sheriff, Lawless and Some Guy Named Dave” podcast to discuss his thoughts on the recent Black Lives Matter protests and racism he has faced in his life.
Vegas Golden Knights forward Mark Stone spoke with media via Zoom to discuss returning to the ice and how he feels his team is prepared to compete for the Stanley Cup.
Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Golden Knights reporter Ben Gotz breaks down a few ways the team has changed since head coach Peter DeBoer took over earlier this year after Gerard Gallant’s firing.