Knights Nuggets: Haul-y smokes

Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL.

Let’s go over some news and notes:

- The Golden Knights made their first trade of the offseason yesterday, sending Erik Haula to the Hurricanes for Nicolas Roy and a 2021 fifth-round pick. [KOI]

- Believe it or not, Cody Glass is a veteran at development camp. And he’s making the most of the opportunity. [Las Vegas Sun]

- Turns out William Karlsson didn’t really care all that much about money in his contract negotiations. He just wanted to stay in Vegas long-term. [The Athletic]

In other news...

- It’s really starting to look like Joe Pavelski may have played his last game with the Sharks. Where could he end up next? [The Hockey News]

- On top of the new NHL team in Seattle, the AHL will be getting a new team of its own. Seattle’s AHL affiliate will play in Palm Springs, of all places. [ESPN]

- Roberto Luongo is calling it a career. And he announced his decision in one of the best ways possible.

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