Most of the coverage of Las Vegas becoming the first city to host the NHL All-Star Game and Pro Bowl on the same weekend was on the action (or lack of) rather than the city.
Here are the top moments from T-Mobile Arena in case you missed anything the Golden Knights did over the weekend.
Next to the goalies and beer vendors, the network TV announcers probably had the most difficult assignment during the NHL All-Star Game on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena.
Jonathan Marchessault, Mark Stone and Alex Pietrangelo formed an all-Golden Knights starting lineup for the Pacific Division and allowed a goal 13 seconds into the game.
NHL All-Star Weekend was a huge success in Las Vegas, but the Golden Knights, with Jack Eichel perhaps close to playing, now will focus on a push toward the playoffs.
Mark Stone and Jonathan Marchessault each finished with a goal and an assist in their first All-Star Game, and Alex Pietrangelo, playing in his third, had an assist.
Las Vegas has quickly become the “sports capital of the world” and nothing makes that more evident than the city hosting the all-star games of both the NHL and NFL this weekend.
Golden Knights defenseman Alex Pietrangelo, who lacked the flash of others in the breakaway challenge, still won the event when actor and friend John Hamm gave him a 19 out of 10.
Golden Knights left wing Jonathan Marchessault was in Cabo San Lucas when he was added to NHL All-Star Weekend. He returned in time to compete in the skills competition.
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All three Golden Knights players involved in NHL All-Star Weekend will participate in one event during Friday’s skills competition in Las Vegas.
NHL All-Star Weekend will be another opportunity for the league to further its impressive partnership with Las Vegas. And don’t be surprised by anything you see.