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Golden Edge Mailbag
 
Golden Edge Mailbag

Ben Gotz and Adam Hill answer all your burning Vegas Golden Knights questions and comments

Golden Edge: Mailbag — October 9, 2018
 
Golden Edge: Mailbag — October 9, 2018

Adam Hill is joined by Ben Gotz via skype from Washington, D.C. to answer questions submitted from Golden Knights fans.

Golden Knights talk after practice
 
Golden Knights talk after practice

Marc-Andre Fleury, Max Pacioretty and Cody Eakin in the locker room on Wed. October 3, 2018.

Golden Edge: Golden Knights Stick Salute To Fans
 
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Stick Salute To Fans

The Vegas Golden Knights host a fan fest on Fremont Street to celebrate the teams achievements throughout the 2017-2018 season. Fans were treated to live entertainment, free Golden Knights merchandise and the players came out to see fans.

Mets Pitcher Paul Sewald Supports The Golden Knights
 
Mets Pitcher Paul Sewald Supports The Golden Knights

New York Mets pitcher and Las Vegas native Paul Sewald took the train from New York to Washington, D.C., to support the Golden Knights in the NHL’s Stanley Cup Final. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review-Journal.)

Knights Players Chat About Huge Crowds At Practice
 
Knights Players Chat About Huge Crowds At Practice

Vegas Golden Knights players Marc-Andre Fleury, Deryk Engelland, Nate Schmidt talk about the huge crowds that have packed the practice arena to watch the team skate during their Stanley Cup playoff respite. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review Journal)

Las Vegas tabs Golden Knights as new favorite to win Stanley Cup
 
Las Vegas tabs Golden Knights as new favorite to win Stanley Cup

The Golden Knights took over the NHL’s points lead Saturday. On Monday, the Knights were at the top of another board. The expansion team from Las Vegas became the new betting favorite at the Westgate Superbook to win this year’s Stanley Cup at 4-1 odds. The Knights opened at 200-1 and were as high as 500-1 before the 2017-18 season, according to Westgate sports book director Jay Kornegay. “The Knights started off as the longest shot on the board to win the Stanley Cup,” Kornegay said. “No one was betting them. There was no interest, which totally makes sense for an expansion team. Now it’s crazy to say they’re the favorite to hoist the Cup.”

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