It’s been quite the debut for the Vegas Golden Knights. After finally revealing the roster of the National Hockey League’s newest expansion team following much wheeling and dealing, much of the hockey world was comforted by their seemingly curious roster composition. After all, there had already been many such facepalm-worthy moments in the Vegas franchise’s short
David Perron, welcome to the Vegas Golden Knights. Fans of the newest NHL franchise are likely going to seek out names that they are familiar with as their loyalty grows for the league’s 31st team. Perron isn’t the most recognizable name on the roster, but he’s on the short list. He’s bounced around the league
Hunker down while we ride out monsoon season fellow local, and do some more learning on the Vegas Golden Knights, the first and only “Big Four” professional sports franchise in Southern Nevada. Yeah, I know the Raiders are coming. But they’re not here yet. And if Golden Knights owner Bill Foley is to be believed,
I know what you’re thinking. When it comes to goaltending options for the Vegas Golden Knights the story begins and ends with Marc-Andre Fleury. We told you about him on Friday, and he is undeniably the face of the franchise. Vegas fans will see another netminder next season though, and he may be the one
At the start of the 2016-17 season, it looked like the Tampa Bay Lightning would be in a bad spot heading into the 2017 offseason. Between a number of high profile players needing new contracts, a looming expansion draft and questions about who the franchise goaltender would be, Steve Yzerman had plenty to keep him
For the first time in nearly two full decades, the Calgary Flames will participate in the National Hockey League’s expansion draft as the Vegas Golden Knights join the league in mid-June. Compared to the other 29 established clubs, the Flames are sitting in very good shape. They’ve made the post-season in two of their past
The Boston Bruins offseason started a little earlier than they would have hoped. The team has already started making moves though with Anders Bjork leaving Notre Dame and signing his entry-level contract with the Bruins. Shortly after that signing though, it appears Bruins’ general manager Don Sweeney is ready to continue a potentially busy offseason.
Most summers, free agency and the entry draft are the marked and bolded dates on the NHL calendar. This summer, those events may take second and third place in anticipation of the Expansion Draft less than a month away. Like the 29 other teams that will have one player selected by the Vegas Golden Knights,