Captain Mark Stone was struck in the side of the head by a puck in the first period and did not return to the Golden Knights’ loss to San Jose on Sunday.
David Schoen covers the Vegas Golden Knights/NHL and the World Series of Poker for the Review-Journal. Prior to arriving at the R-J in 2008, the Southern California native was a reporter and editor at the Oakland (Calif.) Tribune and Wisconsin State Journal. A University of Wisconsin graduate, he enjoys golf, Arsenal Football Club, and Ed Hochuli's lengthy penalty explanations.
The latest revelation about Robin Lehner came from Golden Knights captain Mark Stone, who said the goalie is particularly knowledgeable about snakes.
Goaltender Robin Lehner reshaped his body in the offseason and was noticeably trimmer Thursday as the Golden Knights opened training camp at City National Arena.
In his first media availability of the new season, general manager Kelly McCrimmon touched on several topics facing the Golden Knights entering training camp.
The Golden Knights signed restricted free agent Nolan Patrick to a two-year contract with an average annual value of $1.2 million, the team announced Sunday.
With a trio of experienced defensemen no longer in the picture, the door is open for Kaedan Korczak and Peter DiLiberatore to show whether they are NHL ready.
Golden Knights center Zach Dean has flashed the quickness, vision and soft hands during the Rookie Faceoff Tournament that made him a first-round pick.
After a strong rookie season in the AHL, Jack Dugan is hoping to crack a deep group of Golden Knights forwards when training camp begins next week.
The Golden Knights will have 12 games broadcast nationally, the NHL announced Wednesday. The first will be opening night Oct. 12 against the Seattle Kraken on ESPN.
The Golden Knights rookies will practice Thursday at City National Arena and then participate in the Rookie Faceoff Tournament in Arizona from Friday to Monday.
The Golden Knights re-signed restricted free agent defenseman Dylan Coghlan to a two-year contract Wednesday, a week before the start of training camp.
The start of Golden Knights training camp is a week away, and restricted free agents Nolan Patrick and Dylan Coghlan remain unsigned.
The 27-player roster is full of top draft picks, intriguing prospects and unsigned free agents who will compete in the Rookie Faceoff Tournament in Arizona.
From fan favorites returning to holiday games and rivalries renewed, the Golden Knights’ fifth season should have something for everyone, including an Olympic break.