Regardless of who coach Pete DeBoer selects to start Game 1, there’s peace and harmony at the goaltending position for the Golden Knights, a far cry from last season.
On the Silver Knights, Golden Knights GM Kelly McCrimmon: “It’s a really young team. There’s a lot of first-year pros, a lot of second-year pros.”
The Golden Knights may be missing a pair of key regulars when they take on the Minnesota Wild in their first playoff game Sunday.
The Golden Knights must defeat the Minnesota Wild to set up a possible showdown with the Colorado Avalanche for a trip to the Stanley Cup semifinals.
Handicappers Alex B. Smith and Dana Lane share their best bets for the NHL playoffs, including first-round series, divisional winners and Stanley Cup futures.
The Stanley Cup is so revered that the Hockey Hall of Fame appoints a man to guard it. His name is Phil Pritchard — the Keeper of the Cup.
Fans looking to catch a ride to Golden Knights games can take one of four RTC routes designed specifically to transport riders back and forth to games.
The status of several injured players remains a mystery for the Golden Knights ahead of Game 1 against the Minnesota Wild on Sunday.
The Golden Knights haven’t had a lot of success historically against the Minnesota Wild. General manager Kelly McCrimmon doesn’t believe that will affect their first-round playoff matchup.
Golden Knights fans attending the team’s first round playoff games at T-Mobile Arena will still be required to mask up.
With the benefit of time and patience, the Max Pacioretty trade before the 2018-19 season has worked out well for the Golden Knights and Montreal Canadiens.
The Golden Knights’ roster was built differently this season than in the past, with fewer expansion-draft holdovers and one major free agent signing.
The Knights are 3-4-1 against the Wild this season, their worst record against any of their seven West Division foes. They are 5-10-1 against Minnesota all time.
Marc-Andre Fleury recorded his sixth shutout and extended his personal winning streak to nine games as the Golden Knights tuned up for the playoffs by routing San Jose.
Former Golden Knights player Deryk Engelland paid a suprise visit to some hockey lovers on Tuesday at Balm of Gilead Global Ministries.
The Golden Knights iced a lineup with 15 skaters and two goaltenders because of injuries and salary cap constraints in their loss to the Colorado Avalanche on Monday.