The Golden Knights’ summer road trip takes place from Aug. 4 to 9 and will hit four states along the way, the team announced Tuesday.
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 coach Gerard Gallant is participating this month in the 12th annual Men’s Wearhouse Suit Drive, which donates previously worn professional clothing.
Golden Knights goaltender Malcolm Subban was one of 40 restricted free agents to file for salary arbitration Friday, the NHL Players Association announced.
Golden Knights incoming president of hockey operations George McPhee further stoked the speculation surrounding Russian import Nikita Gusev on Monday.
The Golden Knights remain in the mix to sign fourth-line center Pierre-Edouard Bellemare. Otherwise, don’t expect the team to be busy whe NHL free agency opens Monday.
Golden Knights prospect Ben Jones put up eye-popping offensive numbers last season in the Ontario Hockey League. But defense remains his calling card.
Incoming president of hockey operations George McPhee said Saturday at least one first-year defenseman will be on the Golden Knights roster next season.
The 26-year-old was dealt Friday for a second-round pick in 2021 and a fifth-round pick in 2022, putting the team approximately $900,000 over the $81.5 million salary cap.
The left wing, taken in the fifth round of the NHL draft, was selected by the Brandon Wheat Kings in the first round of the Canadian major junior leagues’ Import Draft on Thursday.
The Golden Knights traded forward Erik Haula to Carolina on Wednesday, the first move to help the club get under the salary cap for next season.
Ryder Donovan and Michael Vorlicky were bitter rivals in high school and almost came to blows after a high-profile incident last fall before working out their differences.
According to multiple sources familiar with the situation, the Golden Knights were prepared to trade the center this summer had he not agreed to a long-term extension.
The Golden Knights signed center William Karlsson to an eight-year, $47.2 million contract Monday, locking up the franchise’s all-time leading goal scorer through 2027.
The majority of the Golden Knights prospects will be in town this week for development camp, which begins at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday and concludes Saturday at City National Arena.
With center William Karlsson on the verge of signing an eight-year contract, the Golden Knights can get to work on sorting out their salary cap issues.