Golden Knights rookie forward Alex Tuch said he’s putting the big save Braden Holtby made on him in Game 2 behind him and he’s ready for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final Saturday against the Washington Capitals.
During the past week in Las Vegas, on five consecutive nights, there was not an empty seat at T-Mobile Arena or Reynolds Hall.
History and those subjective lists that folks like to assemble have for years told us Washington, D.C., is one of the country’s most cursed sports towns, a fact that could change should the Capitals defeat the Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup Final.
If you were sitting among the hockey press corps following Washington’s 3-2 victory over the Golden Knights in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, you may have noticed similarities between the coaches.
The Capitals locker room was tight-lipped about whether star center Evgeny Kuznetsov would be able to play in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Golden Knights on Saturday at Capital One Arena. His appearance on the ice during Friday’s practice spoke volumes.
For Golden Knights fans, the hours are slowly moving toward Game 3. Not even plus money can erase the apprehension about what lies ahead in the Stanley Cup Final.
Slick-skating Shea Theodore has featured prominently for the Knights during the Stanley Cup Final and was on the ice for nine of the 15 goals during the opening two games.
Las Vegas native Gage Quinney signed a two-year entry-level deal with the Golden Knights, the team announced Friday.
RJ reporters Adam Hill and Ed Graney break-down what to watch for in the upcoming games and how residents of D.C. have reacted to their team being in the Stanley Cup Final.
The Golden Knights are 23-11 in games after a loss, including a 3-0 record in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Handicapper Dana Lane expects them to win Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final at Washington.