Golden Knights forwards Max Pacioretty and Paul Stastny hosted a street hockey clinic for local kids on Monday, Nov. 18 at Doc Pearson Community Center.
The Golden Knights recent road trip turned out to be an unsuccessful one, as the team went 1-3 away from home. Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch says one of the problems lately has been that his team is just trying to win games, instead of completely dominating their opponents.
The Golden Knights are saying goodbye to the Henderson Convention Center and hello to the team’s new hockey facility that will be located in the second largest city in Nevada. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant and Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault believe that an “awful call” by the officials cost them game 7.
Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves says Sharks’ forward Joe Thornton’s hit on Tomas Nosek was “gutless.” Thornton has been suspended for one game (game four on Tues., April 16) as a result of the hit.
Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves says the fight between him and Sharks’ forward Evander Kane was nine years in the making. Spectators finally saw the two battle it out in game three of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Golden Knights reporters Ben Gotz and Adam Hill answer your burning questions.
Golden Knights players Shea Theodore and Jonathan Marchessault feel that the team is both mentally and physically prepared to take on the Sharks in round one of the NHL Playoffs.
The Golden Knights have signed free agent defenseman Jimmy Schuldt to a one-year, entry level contract. Schuldt comes to the Golden Knights after graduating from St. Cloud State University, where he lead the Huskies to a regular-season conference title and the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament.
While teams usually treat all games the same, the Golden Knights are well aware of any added attention to the upcoming matchup against Calgary. The Flames are first place in the Pacific Division, while the Golden Knights are aiming to hang on to third.