To clarify, this isn’t the first time Las Vegas has yearned for the Stanley Cup. We’ve asked for it before, many times, but as a prop.
In his 60 years as a Las Vegas resident, Wayne Newton has seen it all. Or so he thought.
The Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Convertible customized with a Vegas Golden Knights logo and gold-and-silver color scheme is parked in the refurbished porte cochere at the Palms.
In an only-in-Vegas coincidence, two busy singers who live in Las Vegas — Mikalah Gordon of Rose. Rabbit. Lie at The Cosmopolitan and Amanda Avila of Brio at Tivoli Village — were both finalists on Season 4 of “American Idol” in 2004.
Carrie Underwood adopted the Golden Knights as her new favorite team just after Winnipeg beat the Preds in Game 7.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has made a traditional bet against her counterpart in the rival city, in this case Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman.
The Golden Knights held forth in one of the two swanky, private dining rooms. En route to the restaurant, the team stopped for a group photo at the Aria Sky Suites Living Wall, designed with a big GO NIGHTS GO! sign and team logo.
“Viva Las Vegas” has enjoyed a resurgence as the Vegas Golden Knights have raced through the Stanley Cup playoffs. The song is now played at Bellagio fountains after every VGK playoff victory,
Minority owner Gavin Maloof says, “We might as well go for it,” now that the Golden Knights are deep into the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Washington Nationals star outfielder and avid Vegas Golden Knights backer posted a photo of a few customized Victus-brand baseball bats on his @Bharper3407 Instagram story feed on Wednesday morning.