Golden Knights backup goalie Oscar Dansk will honor Las Vegas shooting victims on his mask this season.
Elaine Emerson worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal from July 2016 to February 2019. She was a co-anchor of a sports news show that was named the top college sports show in the U.S. Emerson, a Boise, Idaho native, graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in sports broadcasting.
As the Las Vegas 51s’ final season at Cashman Field draws to a close, the team is showing its appreciation for their fans other favorite sports team — the Golden Knights.
Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch is known for his love for Skittles, on and off the field. Now, Skittles is repaying the favor.
From August 5-10, the Knights will travel to Reno, Nevada; Boise, Idaho; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; and Salt Lake City, Utah. All the cities are within the Knights’ television distribution territory with AT&T Sportsnet.
National Hot Rod Association announced Wednesday that it will again host two drag racing events at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 2019.
With the NHL Awards Wednesday night, the Golden Knights hope to take home some hardware. Now, they’re nominated for even more awards.
With the Golden Knights now in the offseason, the Statue of Liberty has switched allegiances for the Las Vegas Aces’ inaugural season, donning a no. 18 Aces jersey.
The Golden Knights’ inaugural season was one for the history books. Fittingly, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has captured this magical journey in a limited edition, 160-page hardcover book titled “Knights to Remember.”
The hockey season may be over but Golden Knights fans around Las Vegas are looking to show their appreciation for Vegas’ hockey team.
The Capitals currently lead the series 3-1 and a win Thursday would secure their berth of the Cup.
The Golden Knights will look to even things up in the Stanley Cup Final against the Washington Capitals Monday night.
The Golden Knights will look to bounce back after a 3-2 loss to the Washington Capitals in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final in Las Vegas.
The Knights currently lead the best-of-seven series, 1-0.
The Golden Knights will start things at home against the Washington Capitals to compete for the “hardest trophy to win in sports.”