Vegas Golden Knights

In today’s News & Notes, Paul Stastny will be out for a few games, Kevin Shattenkirk will reportedly be benched and The Islanders are moving on from Jan Kovar. Stastny out at Least 3 Games The Golden Knights will be without Stastny for at least their next three games with the team set to re-evaluate
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Almost one year ago the NHL expansion Vegas Golden Knights won their first home opener, 5-2, over Arizona with a T-Mobile Arena sellout crowd of 18,191. It was an emotional game for a variety of reasons. The Knights became the first NHL expansion team to win its first three games. It was not just the
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News broke in the early hours of Tuesday morning that young defenceman and restricted free agent (RFA) Shea Theodore committed to a long-term deal with the Vegas Golden Knights. The deal carries an annual average value (AAV) of $5.2 million over the seven years with no fluctuation, according to Pierre LeBrun. Shea Theodore’s 7-yr contract
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Training camp has officially opened for the Vegas Golden Knights (view the full roster and schedule here) and although much of the roster seems set in stone, there are several interesting battles for a few open spots that will take place in the pre-season. Here’s a quick look. Who Lines up with Stastny and Pacioretty?
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It is a commonplace occurrence during nearly every NHL season. A handful of players enter a campaign with minimal expectations, and 82 games later, they evolve into household names. Whether they are goaltenders or skaters, breakout players can change the landscapes for clubs across the NHL. These darling stars can emerge as the missing ingredient
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To say the Vegas Golden Knights’ 2017-18 season was surprising is an understatement. It was astonishing and flat-out jaw-dropping. Coming into the league as a first-year expansion team and completely shattering expectations was artistry. Sure, their relentless 100 miles per hour-esque style on offense and rambunctious home-ice advantage played a role. However, the emergence of
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After getting some serious interest during the NHL interview period Ryan Reaves has agreed to return to the Vegas Golden Knights signing a two-year deal worth $2.775 MM per season. One of the toughest men in the NHL, Reaves played a big role in helping the Golden Knights make it to the Stanley Cup Finals
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Life is pretty great for Vegas Golden Knights forward James Neal. He’s coming off a 25-goal season, two more than last year. He is the de facto leader of the Golden Knights forwards, bringing considerable postseason experience. What is lacking in Neal’s resume, however, is a Stanley Cup ring. This is his second consecutive Stanley
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Unlike Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night, when the scoresheet was filled with a page full of goals, Game 2 on Wednesday night was filled with a page full of penalties. Referees Kelly Sutherland and Chris Rooney, working their first game together this postseason, called a total of 13 infractions. There
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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
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