The Vegas Golden Knights players and head coach Gerard Gallant spoke about what needs to be done ahead of Game 6 at the T-Mobile Arena to clinch the series. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights fans gather at the Henderson Pavilion to watch game 5 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs against the San Jose Sharks. (Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Four Golden Knights fans who traveled from Las Vegas talk about the experiences they’ve had in San Jose with fans and the police ahead of Game 5 and give their predictions for the final score of the game.
Vegas Golden Knights Defenseman Shea Theodore says he’s trying to elevate his game in all phases and his teammate Alex Tuch talks about Theodore’s growth as a player.
The Vegas Golden Knights could close out their first playoff series on the road against the San Jose Sharks when Game 5 takes place at the SAP Center. The team says they’re going to have to play their best to defeat a “desperate” opponent.
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant speaks to media after the team’s open skate.
Sharks head coach Pete DeBoer and center Joe Pavelski say the team needs to hold their emotions in check going forward. Pavelski talks about the Ryan Reaves effect.
During the 2018 NHL Awards in Las Vegas, tribute was paid to first responders and survivors of the Oct. 1 shooting by a handful of Vegas Golden Knights. NHL Chief Content Officer Steve Mayer said that’s why the league is moving the show to the site of the tragedy. The Mandalay Bay Events Center will host the ceremony on June 19th.
Marc-Andre Fleury’s newborn son and his wife Veronique were in attendance at the T-Mobile Arena during game 3. Fleury talks about having his family there to support him. (Heidi Fang / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Several fights broke out during game 3 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs between the Golden Knights and Sharks. Capping off the skirmishes was an intense showdown between Ryan Reaves and Evander Kane. (Heidi Fang / Las Vegas Review-Journal)