The veteran is among several players granted one-year contracts, whether hoping previous magic returns to certain games or simply inserting an experienced body at a position of need.
For hunters who want to pursue big game in Nevada, the second week of June can bring joy and disappointment. Joy to those who learn they drew a coveted big game tag and disappointment to those who didn’t.
Many critics contended during the playoffs that the NHL essentially rigged the expansion draft to ensure the Knights would thrive in their inaugural season, but that’s revisionist history at its finest.
Jerry Izenberg, who is 87 and has a panoramic view of Las Vegas from his home in Henderson on the road to Lake Las Vegas, found himself at the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, witnessing another horse win another Triple Crown.
If advancing to a Stanley Cup Final was unpredictable and authentic and compelling — all true — the memories will never fade.
The words and actions of coaches and management and anyone with a final say on things have made it incredibly clear that Conley is the team’s No. 1 and best hope at cornerback entering the season.
Tiger Woods is one of a multitude of players with odds up to 100-1 or greater who are capable of winning what’s considered golf’s ultimate test and what also might be the ultimate test in golf handicapping.
PGA Tour veteran Craig Barlow has played in eight major championships, made 167 cuts on the PGA Tour and 37 on the Web.com Tour, but his victory at the 1994 Nevada State Amateur played at Legacy Golf Club still stands out.
What was it like to follow the Golden Knights to Washington, D.C., during Stanley Cup Final? You almost had to be there.
The only thing that changed since the season began is that George McPhee did such a good job with the expansion draft, Vegas should never have to endure the constant losing usually attached to a first-year team.