With the tragic events of Sunday on the Strip still fresh, the Dallas Stars joined the Golden Knights on the Knights’ blue line at American Airlines Center as the teams stood in a moment of silence Friday.
UNLV’s football team will play No. 19 San Diego State at 7:45 p.m. Saturday in what is expected to be an emotional atmosphere at Sam Boyd Stadium. It’s the Rebels’ first game since Sunday’s mass shooting on the Strip.
A moment of silence was held Thursday before the Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced the New England Patriots, an honorary gesture directed to the victims of last Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Golden Knights owner Bill Foley’s charity organization partnered with the team’s American Hockey League affiliate Thursday to donate an additional $200,000 to support the victims and first responders in Sunday’s shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
UNLV hockey assistant coach Nick Robone, who was shot Sunday during the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, will be honored by the club prior to Friday’s game at City National Arena.
Some UFC 216 fighters hadn’t arrived in Las Vegas, others were already in town when the mass shooting took place on Sunday night on the Las Vegas Strip.
Her father was UNLV’s quarterback after Randall Cunningham, so perhaps it wasn’t a big surprise how Savannah Stallworth reacted after deadly shots rang out at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival that left 58 dead and more than 500 injured.
UNLV and San Diego State coaches and players are dealing with the aftereffects of Sunday night’s mass shooting in Las Vegas. They meet Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Rather than attending the final night of the Route 91 Harvest festival, Golden Knights goaltender Calvin Pickard was on lockdown with teammates at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
There will be electricity when the puck is dropped for the Vegas Golden Knights’ home opener, but that was going to occur before the Route 91 concert massacre. Now there also will be emotion that those in the nosebleed sections will feel.