Two Golden Knights finished pretty high in the voting for two major NHL awards.
The Golden Knights’ three-year start not only measures up well compared to other NHL expansion teams but also among the most successful in pro sports.
The Golden Knights appear headed to divorce court with goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury, the face of their franchise, on the grounds of irreconcilable differences.
The series price for Dallas to beat Tampa Bay in the Stanley Cup Final fell Friday. One Westgate bettor wagered $70,000 on the Stars at +175.
The Golden Knights need to develop more of a countermove when playoff opponents focus on stopping their lethal transition attack.
Defenseman Deryk Engelland is set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason and might have played his final game for the Golden Knights.
The decision to make Robin Lehner the No. 1 goaltender for the playoffs ahead of Marc-Andre Fleury turned out to be a seminal moment for the Golden Knights organization.
The Golden Knights are back home not for a lack of coaching but because those on the ice who are paid handsomely to produce didn’t in the Western Conference Final.
The Golden Knights thought they had the talent, confidence and commitment to win a Stanley Cup. That’s why their loss to Dallas in the Western Conference Final stings so much.
Golden Knights defenseman Jon Merrill returned home Tuesday from the NHL bubble in Edmonton, Alberta, and surprised his three daughters.
The Golden Knights were heavy favorites to advance to the Stanley Cup Final, but saw their season end in overtime for the second consecutive year.
The Knights were a high-flying team before they met Vancouver Canucks backup goalie Thatcher Demko. After that, their offense abandoned them for the rest of the postseason.
Whether it was a timely stop or an opportunistic goal, the Golden Knights didn’t execute at key points throughout the Western Conference Final.
A penalty call proved pivotal in the Golden Knights’ elimination from the NHL playoffs for the second straight season Monday in Game 5 of the Western Conference Final.
The Golden Knights were eliminated from the NHL playoffs with a 3-2 overtime loss to the Dallas Stars on Monday in Game 5 of the Western Conference Final.
Coach Pete DeBoer pushed back against the notion that the Knights need more production from their top-six forwards entering Game 2 against Dallas.
The Knights have been down 1-0 in the Western Conference Final before, and things ended up working out for them.
The coronavirus pandemic has inflicted substantial financial damage on the Las Vegas sports scene. Fans may need patience before a full recovery takes place.
The Golden Knights kept a lid on the Vancouver Canucks’ top-end talent in the first game of their second-round series Sunday. Game 2 on Tuesday was a much different story.