Good start for Henderson in their first game at Orleans Arena.
The third period was set to begin before it was suspended.
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Often overlooked, the area featuring the Silver Knights’ new practice facility is providing the first step in a facelift that was much needed.
Viveiros comes to Henderson by way of Spokane of the WHL and a year with the Edmonton Oilers.
Thompson was coach of the Chicago Wolves throughout the entire tenure as Vegas’ AHL affiliate.
One of Vegas’ top prospects will join the organization next season.
Dansk will be in Southern Nevada one way or another next season.
Bill Foley had a vision to expand hockey in Southern Nevada from the moment the Golden Knights came to reality.
We’re pretty sure what it’s going to be, but still exciting nonetheless.
A near unanimous vote paves way for Henderson AHL to play in new events center at start of 2022-23 season.
Golden Knights purchase San Antonio Rampage, apply for relocation of AHL franchise to Southern Nevada
Vegas will move the AHL franchise closer to home
Dylan Coghlan has turned into a well-rounded scorer for the Wolves, and he could be the same for Vegas.
The Swedish rookie will make his debut at the AHL All-Star Game.
The team will look to regroup this Saturday against Iowa.
The 22-year-old defenseman is ready to battle.
Whitecloud’s impressive first season as a pro could go a long way as he looks to prove he is worthy of playing in the NHL.
Vegas is clearly intrigued by its Danish forward prospect.
One hundred points in the OHL was quite a feat for the former seventh-round pick.
Dylan Coghlan is an intriguing option for the Knights as the competition for their sixth defenseman spot heats up.
The 6-foot-4 forward restores some of Vegas’ depth at center after a dominant display against Chicago in the Calder Cup Final.
The 20-year-old has battled injuries and inconsistency, but remains an intriguing part of the Vegas pipeline.
The winger finished second in NCAA scoring among freshmen last season.
Kolesar, after a rough first professional season, blossomed into a potential future NHL player in his second year under Rocky Thompson.
The Golden Knights have several talented youngsters that didn’t make the list.
After making the Calder Cup Final, several of the Wolves’ most important veterans have left the organization, but their most important young pieces may remain.
Vegas is moving on from David Clarkson’s contract, and in return is getting a goaltender with a battle-tested AHL mentality.
But out of the ashes, the development of crucial prospects remains.