The Golden Knights’ search for a new head coach is over.
The Golden Knights’ chippy winger put together his best season since Vegas’ inaugural campaign.
Leschyshyn has plenty of room to improve ahead of the 2022-23 season.
It wasn’t his best season, but better times are ahead.
The 25-year-old scored seven goals and 24 points in 77 games.
William Karlsson’s season was his least productive in terms of point output, but he remains one of the Golden Knights’ more important forwards.
Janmark had an average season, and wasn’t as effective as prior years.
When the Golden Knights suffered injuries on the blue line, Hutton stepped in to help fill the void.
The Golden Knights’ big defender made some noticeable strides in his third NHL campaign.
Howden made a good first impression with the Golden Knights
The forward recorded 25 points in 34 games after being acquired on Nov. 4.
Will Dadonov return for another season with the Knights?
While unremarkable, Dylan Coghlan still managed to earn some valuable playing time in 2021-22.
Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL.
Put some respect on the man’s name.
Brossoit was fine in the games he played, but is he still worthy of being the Knights’ backup goalie?
Kicking off the Player Review series with one of the newer members of the Golden Knights.
Go Ghost Pirates.
The Golden Knights should have no shortage of names on their coaching wishlist, but three candidates stand out among the rest.