The RJ’s Steve Carp and Ed Graney recapped the 2017 Expansion Draft and talk about Marc-Andre Fleury’s already growing popularity. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Recently ousted Las Vegas judge Heidi Almase sent out mailers this week apologizing for a negative flyer her campaign sent out criticizing criminal defense attorneys while she was running for re-election.
Patrice Bergeron won the Selke Trophy for being the best “defensive forward” at the 2017 NHL Awards. Bergeron talked about how NHL rule changes made offenses play more defensive. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Las Vegas freelance photographer and avid Golden Knights fan Shawn Hickey donned a suit of armor during the NHL Expansion Draft on Wednesday.
The Vegas Golden Knights have a team.
Fourteen years ago Wednesday, Marc-Andre Fleury was drafted No. 1 overall by Pittsburgh, the only NHL sweater he has worn until now, and arrives to Las Vegas with three Stanley Cups.
The Golden Knights emerged from the NHL Expansion Draft on Wednesday at T-Mobile Arena with several skilled forwards, a development that even head coach Gerard Gallant didn’t see coming.
The Golden Knights nabbed 37 players — 30 in the actual expansion draft — and added nine draft picks in various rounds stretching into 2020.
A development plan that would convert the Badlands golf course into houses and condominiums might be up in flames after a fiery Las Vegas City Council meeting Wednesday night.
In her last public act on the North Las Vegas City Council, a defiant Anita Wood said her unwillingness to “kowtow to a bully” led to her loss for a third consecutive term to represent Ward 3.