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A year after a finalist position, can Stone repeat the feat, if not win the thing?
Dylan Coghlan has turned into a well-rounded scorer for the Wolves, and he could be the same for Vegas.
This is a move that will have all the makings of a front-office failure should this not pan out.
After a 14-10-3 start to the season, it’s fair to say Vegas is different at home this season, but why?
What a world we live in.
This is why no one takes the All-Star Game seriously, and why the format is stupid.
Well, that complicates things.
The Golden Knights’ biggest goaltending controversy might be why their backup isn’t playing more.
With Vegas gaining another impressive victory, the task remains getting a winning streak together.
The NBA is thinking of a massive overhaul in how it operates during the season. What if they adapted those sorts of things in the NHL?
Edmonton shows it’s really good, while Vegas shows there’s a lot left to do.
I still don’t believe what I saw.
Since coach Gerard Gallant shuffled the lines, the newly-formed top line has been getting it done.
Vegas’ top defenseman could return Thursday against Montreal, nearly a month after what could have been much worst.
Who knows where he is on making the roster? All we know is Hague looked good against top-shelf talent.
The final two preseason games are set to be dress rehearsals, so make of that what you will.
Considered a throwaway in the trade for Erik Haula, the center is still in the running for a fourth-line role.
It’s been a long two years for both.
The 22-year-old defenseman is ready to battle.
The young defenseman did not participate in the first day of on-ice activities at Vegas training camp, but will skate at some point.
It’s not the strongest division, but there’s a lot of intrigue.
Vegas is moving on from David Clarkson’s contract, and in return is getting a goaltender with a battle-tested AHL mentality.
Vegas’ corresponding moves in the past month were not supposed to put them in this position.
Primeau, one of the Golden Knights’ 2019 draft picks, comes from a long line of elite hockey players, and looked the part during his first Development Camp.
Multi-year deal gives forward, maybe, one last chance to be a mainstay in the NHL.
George McPhee is showing faith in his young blueliners, and training camp will be an interesting one.
Vegas gets a big-bodied center in the trade for Erik Haula to Carolina.