The Golden Knights have been ravaged by injuries four games into the season. They were already without forwards Max Pacioretty and Mark Stone and defenseman Alec Martinez.
Ben Gotz came to the Review-Journal in May 2016 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. He covers the Lights FC, high school sports and anything else sports-related that comes into town. He also hosts segments in the video studio on soccer and high school sports. Before coming to Las Vegas, he wrote about college hockey, college football and high school sports during stops at the Star Tribune, Pioneer Press and Minnesota Daily back home in Minnesota.
Here’s what happened in the Golden Knights’ loss to the Edmonton Oilers on Friday night at T-Mobile Arena.
The Golden Knights got another forward back at practice Thursday, one day after three injured players returned to the lineup. Vegas will host the Edmonton Oilers on Friday.
Here’s what happened in the Golden Knights’ third game of the season against the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena.
Golden Knights forward Mark Stone doesn’t need surgery for the lower-body injury he suffered Thursday against the Los Angeles Kings and is out indefinitely.
The San Jose Sharks will be without their leading scorer from last season until November.
The Golden Knights received some much-needed good news on the injury front Monday after only having six forwards at Saturday’s practice.
The Golden Knights’ injured list at forward grew again with news about Max Pacioretty, along with updates on Mark Stone, Nicolas Roy, Brett Howden and William Carrier.
The Silver Knights were without their coach for their AHL season opener Friday night against the Colorado Eagles at Orleans Arena.
The Golden Knights, who were dominated in a 6-2 loss Thursday at the Los Angeles Kings, don’t play again until Wednesday, when they host the St. Louis Blues.
The Golden Knights made some roster moves Wednesday after their initial group featured some players on the roster solely for salary-cap purposes.
The Golden Knights and Seattle Kraken played a tense first game, with momentum swinging back and forth Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena.
The Golden Knights’ initial roster involved some salary-cap maneuvering and, as a result, one of their forward prospects got an opportunity Tuesday in the season opener.
An anemic offense, especially on the power play, has kept the Golden Knights from reaching the Stanley Cup Final each of the past two seasons.