An inevitable choice, but Vegas makes it official.
Not only would this eliminate Vegas’ cap problems, but a sign that Nic Hague has made the opening night roster.
One of two pending UFAs on the Golden Knights’ roster, the top-4 defenseman is in the final year of his deal.
Technically speaking, Vegas gets its first outdoor game.
Vegas opens with 12 of its first 16 at home in the realigned 56-game schedule.
Vegas’ fourth season is going to be unique, playing the same teams eight times throughout this 56-game slate.
This might cancel out realignment.
I guess we’re back to business?
A huge splash for Manny Viveiros for his first coaching staff in Henderson
There have been four confirmed cases, but there might be more, according to TSN.
Often overlooked, the area featuring the Silver Knights’ new practice facility is providing the first step in a facelift that was much needed.
The big fish has been reeled in.
The cap-saving move comes moments after Vegas secured a deal with Alex Pietrangelo.
Vegas moves on from the veteran blueliner, who has been the heartbeat for the Vegas Strong movement since Day One.
After a strong stint since being acquired in December, Vegas locks up its versatile bottom-six forward.
Vegas selects a skilled defenseman from the QMJHL.
Vegas selects the forward from the Chicago Steel of the USHL.
Vegas is rolling with Lehner for the long haul. Now, the fun begins.
The jerseys are the first metallic gold uniforms in NHL history, and will be worn next season.
The governor’s latest announcement could see a limited number of fans for Golden Knights games whenever next season begins.