The latest win was a 6-3 decision against Columbus on Tuesday night before 18,231 at T-Mobile Arena.
The connection between Las Vegas and its NHL team came after an inexplicable moment of tragedy and grief was followed by an astonishing level of joy and success.
The Rebels lost another Mountain West home game Wednesday night in which they were a prohibitive favorite, this time falling to a New Mexico side with absolutely no depth and less talent than the Lobos have had in years.
When a concussion took star goalie Marc-Andre Fleury from the lineup for two months and 25 games, those defensemen in front of him collaborated in a most impressive way.
The top team in the NHL’s Western Conference opened its second half of the season Saturday night against the side it hasn’t yet solved, as the Knights dropped a 3-2 overtime decision to Edmonton before a season-high 18,351 at T-Mobile Arena.
The company line Tuesday painted a harmonious bond between the team’s new head coach and its general manager, and perhaps such a rapport will exist between men cut from the same Lambeau Field cloth.
William Karlsson and Jonathan Marchessault have the strongest Vegas cases for inclusion on Pacific Division team.
Jon Gruden on Tuesday not only received a record contract of 10 years for $100 million, but also inherited the best and most promising quarterback of his career as a head coach.
Gruden officially returns on Tuesday to the position most believe he never wanted to depart, the Raiders set to hold a news conference at their headquarters in Alameda, Calif., introducing him as their head coach.
The Knights departed for their off week by beating the Rangers 2-1 before a season-high 18,234 at T-Mobile Arena on Sunday, another close and impressive victory in a place where there have been many.