Las Vegas–With the regular season coming to a close this Saturday for the entire National Hockey League, those teams that have clinched, are putting the finishing touches on their game for the postseason.
Las Vegas–At the beginning of the 2017-18 season the Vegas Golden Knights embarked on their first campaign against the established hockey teams around the league, but how would do on home ice.
Las Vegas–With Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Marc-André Fleury getting his 400th NHL win yesterday against the Philadelphia Flyers, where does he rank all time among netminders?
Las Vegas–Vegas Knights of The Roundtable takes a look at the acquisitions of forwards Ryan Reaves and Tomas Tatar.
Las Vegas–For the Vegas Golden Knights that may have struck gold with forward Ryan Carpenter.
Las Vegas–As the Vegas Golden Knights wait to take on Washington this Super Bowl Sunday in Nations Capital we take a look at a defenseman Colin Miller.
Las Vegas–With 11 weeks left in the regular season for the Vegas Golden Knights they are currently in second overall league wide with 64 points at 30-11-4 right behind Tampa Bay.
Las Vegas–With the Vegas Golden Knights playing into their the second half of the season, teams start to look at where they could use an upgrade at whether its on offense or defense.
Las Vegas–Today we reach the final piece to our mid-term grades series of the Vegas Golden Knights players with the last line in defense in the goaltenders.
Las Vegas–With the mandatory bye week coming to an end for the Vegas Golden Knights, we take a look at the blueliners and hand out their mid-term grades.
Las Vegas–With the news coming out of the Golden Knights organization that they will be without the services of veteran blueliner Luca Sbisa for 6-8 weeks due to his injured left hand and with defenseman Jon Merrill on inured reserved should Vegas make the call down to Chicago and bring up Jason Garrison?
Las Vegas–With the Vegas Golden Knights top 6 forwards already graded at the midway point of the 2017-18 season, we take a look the 3rd and 4th lines to see what letter grade they earned at the break.
Las Vegas–As the Vegas Golden Knights continue with their bye week after the halfway point of the season, we go thru and give out our mid-terms grades to the top-6 forwards on the team.
Las Vegas–Today the Vegas Golden Knights enter the mandatory bye week with a 29-10-2 record which has earned them 60 points at the halfway point of the 2017-18 campaign and leaders in the Western Conference.
Las Vegas–This inaugural season for the National Hockey League’s newest franchise has been something great to watch in the Vegas Golden Knights and they play not as your typical expansion club, with their early success, has the talk transitioned them to a legit Stanley Cup Playoff Contender?
Las Vegas–With the inaugural season for the Vegas Golden Knights getting older and older, Vegas Knights of The Roundtable’s takes a look at what has been a “Tale Between Two Teams” for the NHL’s youngest franchise.