The Golden Knights handed the Boston Bruins their first home loss of the season after a five-round shootout Monday.
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.
Golden Knights coach Bruce Cassidy will face the Boston Bruins on Monday for the first time since being fired by the organization in June.
The Golden Knights will be without defenseman Alex Pietrangelo (personal reasons) against the Boston Bruins, while center Jack Eichel (undisclosed injury) will be a game-time decision.
The Golden Knights defeated the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday, but one of their best players left the game in the third period.
The Golden Knights are 4-5-1 in their past 10 games, which has allowed the Seattle Kraken to overtake them for the lead in the Pacific Division by points percentage.
The Golden Knights didn’t handle the Pittsburgh Penguins’ forecheck well Thursday and lost the second game of their road trip.
Golden Knights defenseman Alex Pietrangelo missed Monday’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets for personal reasons, and there is no timeline for his return.
Rookie Logan Thompson has cemented his spot as the Golden Knights’ No. 1 goaltender. He’s tied for second in the NHL in wins with 12 and has come through in the clutch.
The Golden Knights have a strong top six and are getting surprising contributions from their fourth line. Their third line is still figuring things out.
The Golden Knights won a seven-round shootout Monday to open their four-game road trip with a win.
The Golden Knights are 3-4-1 in their last eight games and 2-4 in their last six at home. The common thread in all those losses has been defense.
The Golden Knights lost for the second time in two days Saturday after giving up a season-high three power-play goals to the Vancouver Canucks.
The Golden Knights won their first five meetings with expansion rivals Seattle. The Kraken flipped the script Friday at T-Mobile Arena.
Golden Knights left wing William Carrier’s offense is better than it’s ever been in quality and quantity. So much so that he can barely believe it at times.
William Carrier and William Karlsson each authored spectacular goals and the Golden Knights defeated the Ottawa Senators at T-Mobile Arena on Wednesday.