William Karlsson scored a highlight-reel goal with 11:25 remaining, and the Golden Knights clinched the Pacific Division title with a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena.
Before the start of the final regular-season home game at T-Mobile Arena against the San Jose Sharks, the Golden Knights unveiled a black and gold banner that honored the 58 victims of the Oct. 1 Strip shooting.
Fans started lining up at 3 a.m at the team’s City National Arena practice facility to purchase a special edition commemorative poster and special edition pregame puck.
The race for this year’s MVP has more entrants than the Kentucky Derby, and with Edmonton Oilers star Connor McDavid leading the league in scoring, it’s raised an interesting dilemma for voters.
Jonathan Marchessault scored 20 seconds into overtime, and the Golden Knights pulled out a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Friday in front of an announced crowd of 18,131.
Golden Knights right wing David Perron wasn’t in the lineup Friday night against St. Louis at T-Mobile Arena after sitting out Wednesday’s 3-2 home loss to Arizona.
Scott Foster thought it was going to be just another night. Then the 36-year-old accountant signed a contract, put on his goaltender gear and waited in Chicago’s locker room.
People line up an hour before the opening face-off to collect them, or a souvenir poster, or just about anything else which might have emotional value, or monetary value on eBay after the game.
The Golden Knights can clinch the Pacific Division title with victories over the St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks this weekend.
Rookie right wing Alex Tuch has scored in consecutive games and is making his presence felt in front of the opponent’s net.