What started out as an emotional night quickly turned into a celebration of the city and its first professional team, as the Golden Knights scored four times in the first period on the way to a memorable 5-2 victory over the Arizona Coyotes.
Forward James Neal continued his hot hand, scoring twice in the first period as the Golden Knights built an early 4-0 lead and went on to win their home debut Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena.
Bill Foley wanted to honor the victims and first responders from the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip before the Golden Knights’ home opener Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena. The Golden Knights owner said he thinks the team succeeded.
The longtime Las Vegas resident gave a short speech before the game.
There are myriad reasons the first regular-season home game in Golden Knights history, played Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena before a sellout crowd torn between reflection and acclamation, still will be considered monumental years from now.
Local registered nurse Joseph Bruno already loved hockey. And that was before he was honored by the Golden Knights at the franchise’s first NHL game Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena.
The Golden Knights’ 2-0 start to their first NHL season didn’t go unnoticed by commissioner Gary Bettman.
The Golden Knights play their first-ever home regular-season game Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena.
Prop bets for the Vegas Golden Knights’ home opener Tuesday night against the Arizona Coyotes as posted by Station Casinos include the team to score last — Arizona Coyotes -110 and Vegas Golden Knights -120.
If you’re one of the fortunate NHL fans to have tickets to the Golden Knights’ home opener against the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena, be prepared to run through a gamut of emotions. And be prepared to show patience.