With the conclusion of the 2016-2017 NHL season the first round matchups of the Stanley Cup Playoffs are officially set. This is where it all matters as 16 teams face off in the battle of attrition and the first to 16 wins to capture Lord Stanley’s Cup.
Yesterday the New York Post released a report claiming that Vegas Golden Knights Owner Bill Foley is looking like he is the sucker. This claim was ensued by an interview that an executive representative of the hockey world did with On the Money.
Today the Chicago Wolves host the Iowa Wild at the Allstate Center in Rosemont, Illinois. This game marks the 8th of 10 scheduled meetings against the Wild and their 38th regular season matchups since Iowa relocated from Houston to Des Moines.
Today Golden Knights Team President Kerry Bubolz announced that they have hired Jonny Greco as Vice President of Events and Entertainment. In his new posting with the organization Greco will lead the Golden Knights with their in game presentation at all home games at T-Mobile Arena.
Today General Manager George McPhee announced that Reid Duke will heading to Chicago on a PTO with the Wolves organization of the American Hockey League.
Today is the last day in which Vegas hockey fans can purchase full season ticket plans with the Golden Knights. Team Owner and Chairman Bill Foley has confirmed that those interested in buying season tickets for the 41 home games need to be secured by 5:00 p.m. PT.
Today the Vegas Golden Knights organization announced their 1st Annual “Spring Break Street Hockey Tour” that kicks off on the week of April 10th thru 15th with the 2nd “Try Hockey for Free” initiative in team history taking place on that Saturday.
For all of professional sports developing talent starts at the grassroots level within the community with the youth programs. For baseball it’s Little League, basketball it’s the youth leagues, same goes for soccer. This is where its starts for those seeking to make it into professional sports one day.
VEGAS – April 4, 2017 – The Vegas Golden Knights announced today, April 4, that the team has formed a partnership with the Nevada Storm to create a new youth hockey travel program, the Vegas Junior Golden Knights.
After the NHL made it’s decision official that they will not be participating in the upcoming Winter Games in South Korea the NHLPA formulated their response with much disappointment. Below […]
Today after months of back and forth between the NHL and NHLPA the league has came to the final decision that for the first since the 1994 Winter Olympics. The 2018 Winter Games are being hosted by the South Koreans. This marks the end to the NHL’s 5 consecutive run in Olympic participation.
As the Vegas Golden Knights franchise prepares and gears up for their inaugural season in the NHL we take a look back at how league went from 6 teams to it’s current 31 members.
According to TSN’s Darren Dreger he expressed that the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft has a very important stake in the bigger picture for the league. He also indicated that due to the popularity of the subject matter is the motivation by the league to make the protected lists public.
Since the Vegas Golden Knights Owner welcomed the Las Vegas Raiders into town Bill Foley seems to have a bitter taste in his mouth on how thing went down. For Foley he feels that the $750 million in public funding from the increased room tax could be spent on more important issues for the Vegas Community.
A group of Vegas Golden Knights fans could be close at making their quest in custom made license plate made a reality and sport their team pride on the backs of their vehicles.
Finding the right head coach to lead your players can be a challenging part by any General Manager around the league. For Golden Knights GM George McPhee it’s not different. The waiting game of whose going to be let go by their respective clubs continues to be that theme for McPhee.