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Vegas Golden Knights should go after Luke Schenn this summer

The Vegas Golden Knights, like every other team in the NHL, will enter the offseason needing to address a number of needs on their roster. Unlike the previous two summers for the Vegas Golden Knights where they have built a team from the ground up, this offseason will be about applying minor tweaks and retooling […] Vegas Golden Knights should go after Luke Schenn this summer - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Golden Nights News, Rumors, & Updates
Knights On Ice May 24, 2019
2018-19 Player Review: Valentin Zykov was in the right place at the wrong time

2018-19 Player Review: Valentin Zykov was in the right place at the wrong time

The Golden Knights need to figure out what they have in Valentin Zykov. In the 2018-19 Player Review series, we will evaluate the 2018-19 performances of each member of the Golden Knights. Players were evaluated based on overall performance in both the regular season and playoffs, especially with regard to pre-season expectations and how that player performed in his particular role. The Vegas Golden Knights claimed Valentin Zykov from the Edmonton Oilers on Dec. 29, marking the 24-year-old’s third NHL team in 30 days. Zykov had a difficult time cracking the Vegas lineup, making just 10...
Knights On Ice May 24, 2019
Knights Nuggets: Mark Stone continues to do Mark Stone things

Knights Nuggets: Mark Stone continues to do Mark Stone things

Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL. Let’s go over some news and notes: - The Golden Knights are officially building another hockey facility in Henderson, and it sounds totally awesome. [KOI] - How did Tomas Nosek do in 2018-19? Did he meet expectations? [KOI] - The further the Chicago Wolves go in the postseason, the better that is for the kids. [The Athletic] - Mark Stone? He’s good at the hockey. He scores the game-winner to take Canada one step close to the main event. SCORES!On a 2-on-1, Pierre-Luc Dubois (@BlueJacketsNHL)...
vegashockeyknight.com May 24, 2019

Vegas Golden Knights need their own Jordan Binnington

Among the plethora of storylines to come out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs over the last couple of months or so has been the heroics of Jordan Binnington, a fascinating tale the Vegas Golden Knights should take note of. Binnington has been lights out between the pipes in the postseason and he’ll be a strong […] Vegas Golden Knights need their own Jordan Binnington - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Golden Nights News, Rumors, & Updates
vegashockeyknight.com May 23, 2019

Vegas Golden Knights: Stone heroics help Team Canada progress

Vegas Golden Knights forward Mark Stone was the hero for Team Canada today after his Overtime goal secured a place in the final four of the IIHF World Championships. Stone produced the goods when his country needed him the most as the Vegas Golden Knights saw all four of their international stars move on to […] Vegas Golden Knights: Stone heroics help Team Canada progress - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Golden Nights News, Rumors, & Updates
Knights On Ice May 23, 2019
2018-19 Player Review: Tomas Nosek delivers mixed bag despite career season

2018-19 Player Review: Tomas Nosek delivers mixed bag despite career season

Nosek is a restricted free agent, so his future in Sin City is up in the air. In the 2018-19 Player Review series, we will evaluate the 2018-19 performances of each member of the Golden Knights. Players were evaluated based on overall performance in both the regular season and playoffs, especially with regard to pre-season expectations and how that player performed in his particular role. Tomas Nosek entered the 2018-19 season on the heels of an impressive performance in the Stanley Cup Final in which he scored a team-high three goals, finishing Vegas’ inaugural playoff run with four...
vegashockeyknight.com May 23, 2019

Vegas Golden Knights get green light on new facility

Big news came out of Sin City earlier this week after it was announced that the Vegas Golden Knights have been given the go ahead for a brand new facility in Henderson. The Vegas Golden Knights keep on making huge strides since entering the NHL as an expansion team in 2017, and gaining a new […] Vegas Golden Knights get green light on new facility - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Golden Nights News, Rumors, & Updates
Knights On Ice May 22, 2019
Knights Nuggets: The Sharks are going home

Knights Nuggets: The Sharks are going home

Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL. Let’s go over some news and notes: - It’s official. The Golden Knights are building a new hockey facility in Henderson. [KOI] - Golden Knights players are doing some awesome things for Team Canada right now. [Las Vegas Review-Journal] - One of those players is Mark Stone, who was absolutely fantastic in his first 25 games as a Golden Knight. [KOI] - Need proof of Stone’s awesomeness? Check out this beautiful assist from Stone in Team Canada’s win over Team USA. Mark Stone is a trickster!...
Knights On Ice May 21, 2019
Henderson City Council unanimously votes in favor of new Golden Knights hockey facility

Henderson City Council unanimously votes in favor of new Golden Knights hockey facility

A hockey facility is coming to Henderson. It’s official. The Vegas Golden Knights’ proposed hockey facility in Henderson is happening. The Henderson City Council unanimously approved the project Tuesday. The facility, which will be located on the corner of Water Street and Atlantic Avenue, is scheduled to be completed by July of 2020. According to the official press release from the Golden Knights, the new facility will look somewhat similar City National Arena. It’ll have two NHL-sized rinks with a restaurant overlooking the ice. There will also be 5,000 square feet of meeting...
vegashockeyknight.com May 21, 2019

Vegas Golden Knights: Stone helps Team Canada to secure QF berth at IIHF Worlds

Vegas Golden Knights forward Mark Stone played a key role as Team Canada moved onto the quarterfinals of the IIHF World Championships earlier today. The Vegas Golden Knights will have four players fly the flag for the franchise in the latter stages of the tournament following another day to remember in Slovakia. Let’s start with […] Vegas Golden Knights: Stone helps Team Canada to secure QF berth at IIHF Worlds - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Golden Nights News, Rumors, & Updates
Knights On Ice May 21, 2019
2018-19 Player Review: Mark Stone is as good as advertised

2018-19 Player Review: Mark Stone is as good as advertised

The recently-acquired forward may have been Vegas’ best in the 25 games he’s played in the desert. In the 2018-19 Player Review series, we will evaluate the 2018-19 performances of each member of the Golden Knights. Players were evaluated based on overall performance in both the regular season and playoffs, especially with regard to pre-season expectations and how that player performed in his particular role. Forward Mark Stone was acquired by the Vegas Golden Knights from the Ottawa Senators at the 2019 NHL trade deadline in exchange for Erik Brannstrom, Oscar Lindberg and a 2020...
Knights On Ice May 21, 2019
Knights Nuggets: Go Blues!

Knights Nuggets: Go Blues!

Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL. Let’s go over some news and notes: - Colin Miller’s 2018-19 season didn’t quite go according to plan. Has he played his last game with the Golden Knights? [KOI] - Golden Knights fans helped the team donate over $1 million dollars to charity this season, so that’s neat. [Golden Knights] - Jonathan Marchessault is absolutely dominating for Team Canada right now. Here’s a pretty awesome highlight-reel assist against Denmark yesterday. SCORES!Jonathan Marchessault slams on the breaks behind...
vegashockeyknight.com May 20, 2019

Vegas Golden Knights: Discussing a potential Colin Miller trade

Colin Miller’s name keeps on cropping up in trade talks and the Vegas Golden Knights will have a big decision to make on the defenseman this summer. It is no secret by now that the Vegas Golden Knights are already pressing up hard against the NHL’s projected salary cap of $83 million for 2019-20, and […] Vegas Golden Knights: Discussing a potential Colin Miller trade - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Golden Nights News, Rumors, & Updates
vegashockeyknight.com May 20, 2019

Vegas Golden Knights keep on rolling at IIHF World Championships

The contingent of Vegas Golden Knights at the IIHF World Championships are continuing to have a big say for their respective countries in Slovakia. We’ll start with Nikita Gusev, who is currently playing at the peak of his powers and giving Vegas Golden Knights fans a tantalising taste of what he could offer the franchise […] Vegas Golden Knights keep on rolling at IIHF World Championships - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Hockey Knight - Vegas Golden Nights News, Rumors, & Updates
Knights On Ice May 20, 2019
2018-19 Player Review: Question marks surround Colin Miller ahead of crucial offseason for Golden Knights

2018-19 Player Review: Question marks surround Colin Miller ahead of crucial offseason for Golden Knights

What is in store for Miller? In the 2018-19 Player Review series, we will evaluate the 2018-19 performances of each member of the Golden Knights. Players were evaluated based on overall performance in both the regular season and playoffs, especially with regard to pre-season expectations and how that player performed in his particular role. The 2017-18 season was one to remember for a number of players on the Vegas Golden Knights’ roster, including defenseman Colin Miller. Selected by the Golden Knights in the expansion draft, the former Bruin put together the best statistical campaign of...

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