The Golden Knights maneuvered through Monday’s 6-4 victory over Washington like a fearless teen driver on a joyride, weaving across traffic and flirting with danger at every turn before safely arriving at their destination.
He once went an all-time NHL record of 332 minutes, 1 second without allowing a goal. So if there’s anybody qualified to talk about how red-hot playoff goalies can go tepid, it’s Brian Boucher.
George Salami, conversion manager who oversees the ice at T-Mobile Arena, said the NHL was happy with the integrity of the playing surface for the Stanley Cup Final.
The NHL’s Department of Player Safety failed to take any action against Washington’s Tom Wilson who had a blind-side hit on Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault in the third period of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final Monday.
Jennifer Sullivan says she was so certain the Philadelphia Eagles would lose the Super Bowl that she told fiancé Patrick Hanks he could wear a jersey to their wedding if the team won.
Chance and the Golden Knights helped their youngest fans “Knight Up” at a local Las Vegas hospital.
For openers, Marc-Andre Fleury and counterpart Braden Holtby weren’t sharp to begin the best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final, won by the Golden Knights 6-4 over the Washington Capitals.
This Memorial Day certainly was a memorable one for many Las Vegas residents, as their beloved Golden Knights took Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final at T-Mobile Arena.
Tomas Nosek scored twice and Ryan Reaves added another during the third period to help defeat the Washington Capitals 6-4 in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.
The Capitals’ enforcer blindsided Jonathan Marchessault in the third period of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, but his statement may have hurt his team more than helped it.