Golden Knights’ Slow Start Stops Sweep
In the first three games of their first-round series against the Chicago Blackhawks, the Vegas Golden Knights won the statistical battle and the battle on the scoreboard. Game 4 was a statistical demolition, an embarrassment of riches in all categories that was not reflected in the final score. After a lackluster opening six minutes, the […]
Golden Knights Win Game 3, Put Stranglehold on the Series
Down two game to none, the Chicago Blackhawks were in a must-win situation in Game 3 vs. the Vegas Golden Knights Saturday night in Edmonton. Teams taking a 3-0 in the NHL win at a rate of over 98%. (NHL Tonight, Aug 15, 2020) The Blackhawks had to throw caution to the wind, play desperate […]
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Golden Knights Lack Emotion, Not Offense, in Game 1
After a dominant 3-0-0 round-robin effort to secure the #1 seed in the Western Conference, anticipation was at an all-time high for the “real games” to begin for the Vegas Golden Knights. Add to that the return of leading scorer Max Pacioretty, and the stars were in line for a big first game. The Golden […]
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Golden Knights Outshoot and Outwork Blues in Round Robin
Six days into the Stanley Cup tournament and things are starting to take shape. There has already been an elimination — enjoy your vacation, Rangers. Upsets are looming with favorites on the brink of elimination. I’m talking to you Oilers, Predators, and Penguins. And the teams that were first overall in both conferences at the […]
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Golden Knights Training Camp – Week 1 Takeaways
After 123 unbearable days, the NHL has resumed the 2019-20 season. Though we are not quite at the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, sounds of pucks hitting the glass, sticks tapping for a pass, and the coach’s whistle began around North America on July 13 with the official opening of training camp. All 31 […]
3 Reasons the Golden Knights Win the Stanley Cup
One-hundred and nine days ago, the NHL world came to a crashing halt and the great unknown began. With absolutely no real factual information, the NHL and all major sports were left wondering if their seasons would resume and crown champions. Pseudo pundits came out of the woodwork espousing all sorts of theories, most of […]
2020 NHL Playoff Hub Cities – Vegas Checks ALL the Boxes
With all due respect to Vancouver and Edmonton — both absolutely lovely cities — (if) when the NHL gets down to making the hard decisions of which four cities will host the divisional playoff tournaments, there is really no choice when it comes to the Pacific Division. Las Vegas is the only real choice. Follow […]
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Whitecloud Makes Golden Knights Defensemen Expendable
On March 22, the Vegas Golden Knights re-signed rookie defenseman Zach Whitecloud to a two-year deal with an AAV of $1.45 million. Even in a hockey starved world due to the league-wide shutdown, this doesn’t seem like a needle-mover. But, what if I told you that signing Whitecloud is going to cause ripples through the […]
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Golden Knights Sweep Crucial Alberta Swing
For the first time in franchise history, the Vegas Golden Knights swept a trip through Alberta, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. In the midst of the most important road trip of the season, the Golden Knights beat division rivals, Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers, on back-to-back nights to solidify themselves as […]
Golden Knights 3-for-3 On Critical Homestand
With three wins in a row, in three different ways, the Vegas Golden Knights are rounding into the team head coach Pete DeBoer needs them to be for the stretch run. The Golden Knights have defeated the past two Stanley Cup champions and one of the stingiest defensive teams in the league to start this […]
Golden Knights’ First 10 Games Under DeBoer, What Do We Know?
We’re 10 games into Peter DeBoer’s tenure as head coach of the Vegas Golden Knights and already there is a lot learned on what this team is going to be like going down the stretch. The 10 games are broken down into three groups – observation, implementation, and execution. There is a lot to unpack […]
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Golden Knights Better With DeBoer but Time Will Tell
Twenty-eight games to go, five teams separated by three points, and games in hand, the Vegas Golden Knights’ road to the Stanley Cup Playoffs is going to be an adventure. Oh, and did I mention they fired their much-beloved head coach and replaced him with the coach from their arch rival, the San Jose Sharks? […]
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Winter Classic in Vegas? YES PLEASE
With another Winter Classic in the books, and the announcement that the 2021 game will be played in the State of Hockey, at Target Field in Minneapolis, the question is, where will the 2022 Winter Classic be played? The resounding answer in this article will be in the Entertainment Capital of the World – Las […]
Gallant Sacked in Vegas as Golden Knights Search for Answers
Shock waves reverberated through the Las Vegas Valley on Wednesday morning when most of us woke up to the news that the Vegas Golden Knights had relieved head coach Gerard Gallant and assistant coach Mike Kelly of their coaching duties. As we all know, that’s fancy speak for, they were fired. And in the next […]
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Golden Knights Upstaged by Elvis on the Vegas Strip
Rookie Elvis Merzlikins made 27 saves to record his first NHL shutout as the Columbus Blue Jackets sent the Vegas Golden Knights to their third straight home loss, 3-0. What started off as a bang of a seven-game home stand with the Golden Knights going 4-0 with wins over the Arizona Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers, Anaheim […]
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