Las Vegas’s Matthew Gross, 15, is one of the nation’s top hockey players in his age group and faces an unusual dilemma compared with many of his peers in other sports.
David Schoen covers the Vegas Golden Knights/NHL and the World Series of Poker for the Review-Journal. Prior to arriving at the R-J in 2008, the Southern California native was a reporter and editor at the Oakland (Calif.) Tribune and Wisconsin State Journal. A University of Wisconsin graduate, he enjoys golf, Arsenal Football Club, and Ed Hochuli's lengthy penalty explanations.
Golden Knights defenseman Colin Miller, who struggled through injuries and multiple stints in coach Gerard Gallant’s doghouse this past season, is on the trading block, according to multiple reports.
The 34-year-old center will become an unrestricted free agent this summer, and with the team pushed against the salary cap, he might have played his final game for the club.
The Golden Knights announced Thursday that Kelly McCrimmon has been promoted to general manager.
Erik Haula suffered a season-ending knee injury in early November, and the 28-year-old now finds himself as part of a logjam of forwards the Golden Knights must cull this summer.
One of George McPhee’s strategies starting out as the Golden Knights’ general manager was to use the team’s considerable salary cap space as an asset. Those days are over.
A range of emotions remained less than two days after the Golden Knights’ never-to-be-forgotten 5-4 overtime loss to the San Jose Sharks in Game 7 of the Western Conference quarterfinals.
The Golden Knights rode a wave of emotion to a lead in Game 7. But that decision to play with their blood boiling ultimately backfired in stunning fashion.
Barclay Goodrow scored late in overtime as the Sharks beat the Golden Knights 5-4 to win Game 7 of their Western Conference quarterfinal series Tuesday night at SAP Center.
Jonathan Marchessault scored with 47 seconds left to tie the game 4-4 and send Game 7 between the Golden Knights and San Jose Sharks into overtime Tuesday night at SAP Center.
The Golden Knights have a chance to create their own indelible postseason image when they play the first Game 7 in franchise history Tuesday against the San Jose Sharks at SAP Center.
San Jose’s Tomas Hertl scored a short-handed goal in the second overtime as the Sharks beat the Golden Knights 2-1 Sunday at T-Mobile Arena and force Game 7 in their Western Conference quarterfinal series.
The Golden Knights can clinch a postseason series at home for the first time in franchise history when they host the San Jose Sharks on Sunday at T-Mobile Arena.
With another chance to eliminate San Jose from their heated best-of-seven series, the Golden Knights remain a loose bunch that still hasn’t played its best in the postseason.
Tomas Hertl had a difficult act to follow in the trash-talking department after the Golden Knights and Sharks traded memorable chirps for the past week.