Tony DeFrancesco talks about the win over New Orleans on June 7, 2018, at Cashman Field. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney and Adam Hill talk about the end of the Golden Knights season, who fell 4-3 to the Capitals, losing the series in Game 5.
UNLV freshman Avi’Tal Wilson-Perteete placed seventh out of 24 competitors in the 800-meter run preliminaries in 2 minutes, 3.53 seconds Thursday at the NCAA track and field outdoor championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Days and weeks and months will pass and history will be more and more appreciated, but for now, the magical expansion season of the Golden Knights is over after a 4-3 loss to the Washington Capitals.
For the second consecutive year, Knights forward James Neal was a runner-up to the Stanley Cup champion.
Las Vegas sports books stood to lose $5 million to $7 million on the Knights had they hoisted the Stanley Cup, but avoiding a record loss didn’t translate into big wins for the books.
Alex Ovechkin had 14 years to think about what he would do if he finally got his hands on the Stanley Cup.
The Golden Knights react to their loss against the Washington Capitals in game five of the Stanley Cup Final.
The performance from the Golden Knights’ David Perron and Tomas Tatar just wasn’t enough, as Vegas fell to Washington 4-3 on Thursday night at T-Mobile Arena to give the Capitals their first Stanley Cup.
Although the Vegas Golden Knights fell three victories shy of winning the Stanley Cup, many fans expressed thanks for the team and its magical, improbable season.