The Golden Knights closed out a homestand with a dominant victory against the Capitals on Saturday. Annabelle Hanson was the team’s lucky charm, says center Nicolas Roy.
Ben Gotz came to the Review-Journal in May 2016 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. He covers the Vegas Golden Knights. 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.
The Golden Knights have given up the first goal in each of their past five games, leading to three straight losses and four in the five games.
The Golden Knights added an impressive goal-scoring prospect Friday in 8-year-old Annabelle Hanson, thanks to Make a Wish Southern Nevada.
The Golden Knights lost their third straight game at T-Mobile Arena on Thursday against the Detroit Red Wings. It’s their longest losing streak of the season.
Golden Knights center Jack Eichel had 29 points in his first 21 games, but hasn’t had the same level of consistency since he returned from an injury five games ago.
The Golden Knights have lost three of their past four games, and while injuries have played a part, coach Bruce Cassidy says “something’s crept into our game.”
The Golden Knights lost for the third time in four games after being shut out by the Dallas Stars and former coach Pete DeBoer on Monday at T-Mobile Arena.
“There’s a reason why they’re at the top or near the top of the Central,” Golden Knights defenseman Alec Martinez said. “Really good hockey club, and it’ll be a good test for us.”
The Golden Knights fell to 0-5-1 their last six games against the Pacific Division after losing to the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena.
Golden Knights captain Mark Stone left Thursday night’s game at T-Mobile Arena against the Florida Panthers in the first period and didn’t return.
Left wing William Carrier scored with 2:36 left in the third period to push the Golden Knights past the Florida Panthers at T-Mobile Arena on Thursday.
The Golden Knights struggled on the penalty kill at the start of the season. But now that players have adjusted to a new system, the unit has seen a remarkable turnaround.
Golden Knights coach Bruce Cassidy thinks defenseman Brayden McNabb might be one of the team’s most underrated players because of all the little things he does well.
Golden Knights prospects have had a successful first half, with a Calder Trophy candidate in the NHL and several standout World Junior Championship performances.
The Golden Knights start their second-longest break of the season after Saturday’s loss to the Los Angeles Kings. That gives them time to regroup.