On a night during which Marc-Andre Fleury even outdid his own storied hockey career, a rookie defenseman for the Golden Knights continued his slow but sure progression.
Marc-Andre Fleury posted his 58th career shutout and even mixed it up a bit in a 6-0 thrashing of Calgary, helping the Knights end a five-game losing streak.
Cody Eakin was moved to center a second line alongside Mark Stone and Jonathan Marchessault on Wednesday night, but the trio didn’t generate much of anything in a 5-3 loss to Chicago.
Nate Schmidt’s usefulness for a Golden Knights team that lost to the Montreal Canadiens 5-4 in overtime Thursday is as praised internally for his presence off the ice as on.
Defenseman Erik Brannstrom is now a rookie on the Ottawa Senators’ second line, and he returned to Las Vegas on Thursday and played against the team that drafted him.
Rookie Cody Glass found a new home as a right winger on the third line in a 6-2 win over Calgary on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena, where he scored his second career goal.
Behind every bitter hockey rivalry you’ll usually find a personal battle between two guys who don’t care for one another.
The team’s new studio analyst and retired NHL goaltender is a fan of IndyCar racing, Swedish death metal and goalie backup towels.
A new season shall soon commence, so in examining some of the more important storylines — and ones that just intrigue us in a peculiar manner — we wonder: “what if?”
The 25-year-old will back up Marc-Andre Fleury, but Knights fans debated on social media who between Garret Sparks and Oscar Dansk had the best chance of unseating him.