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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.
The fact Vegas got this done now makes every decision this summer a bit easier.
The Golden Knights have a lot of work to do.
The former 29-goal scorer was a week to 10 days from returning to team practice after missing the prior five months with an ugly knee injury. His comeback could be one of the key storylines in the coming weeks.
It’s not an ideal situation, but if Wild Bill is gone, there are safety nets.
In his first experience in professional hockey, Cody Glass has contributed meaningfully to the Wolves’ Final run.
Vegas has been rolling since the trade deadline, but perhaps none more than No. 19.
Vegas ended its five-game home losing streak in emphatic fashion. The bleeding has stopped for a moment.
The six-foot-six prospect is proving himself capable of adjusting to — and thriving in — the pro game.
It’s been a while since we’ve checked in with the dudes in the system. Today seems like a good day.
Vegas has played with house money all year. Friday night was the first time the Knights felt the pressure, and they didn’t flinch.
He’s only played 12 games this season, but Flower’s play is deserving of a spot.
The former Czech league standout and fringe Red Wing forward appears to be more than an average fourth-liner.
Tomas Hyka has become the most exciting player to watch with the Chicago Wolves. Here’s why he belongs in the NHL.