For Golden Knights fans, the hours are slowly moving toward Game 3. Not even plus money can erase the apprehension about what lies ahead in the Stanley Cup Final.
An open practice before a Stanley Cup quest begins? Can’t say I’ve seen anything quite like it. Try walking into Nick Saban’s practice in Tuscaloosa three days before an Auburn game.
A horse named Justify and a basketball player nicknamed King James headline a terrific betting Saturday that starts with the Preakness, the second jewel of the Triple Crown.
We already know that bettors can’t get enough of the Golden Knights. But since they are finally an underdog in the Western Conference Final, that angle has taken on new meaning.
I am going against that curse this year and backing European-trained Mendelssohn. He has been aimed at the Kentucky Derby since he was born 80 miles from Louisville.
Want to make your favorite Las Vegas bookie squirm? Tell him you have seen the parade route for the Golden Knights after they win the Stanley Cup.
An insider told me that the NFL already is considering locations in Las Vegas for its draft. The Raiders’ new stadium is the obvious choice, but there is one location that screams Las Vegas — an upgraded Fremont Street.
An interested spectator at the Golden Knights’ NHL playoff debut Wednesday was Raiders owner Mark Davis, whose NFL franchise will be moving to Las Vegas in 2020.
A big round of applause for owner Bill Foley and the Golden Knights organization as they begin their quest for the Stanley Cup, which they are 6-1 to win. That’s a long way from 200-1 last fall.
Yes, I’m going against Sister Jean during Easter weekend, but I’m not completely on my own. Remember this bit of history: Villanova was named after St. Thomas of Villanova.