It will be interesting to see just how badly goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury wants to earn $100K for a charity of his choice. During an interview on the Pat McAfee Show, the former NFL star and popular media personality spoke with Fleury about a few aspects of the NHL game — something McAfee was not terribly familiar.
(Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen) At some point, Robin Lehner will return to the Golden Knights and they’ll once again have two legitimate starting goaltending options every single night.
A San Jose player has entered protocol and the game has been postponed out of “an abundance of caution.” Thursday’s game between the Vegas Golden Knights and the San Jose Sharks has been postponed because of a Sharks player going into the NHL’s COVID-19 Protocol, the league has announced.
San Jose sits seventh in the West standings and hasn't played since losing to the Minnesota Wild on Monday. The first-place Golden Knights also haven't competed since Monday when they defeated the Colorado Avalanche.
(Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen) For the first time in 2021, the Golden Knights have lost consecutive games. After racing out to an impressive 10-2-1 record in their first 13 games, Vegas has dropped two in a row to the Colorado Avalanche.
**Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Famer, Steve Carp’s returns to SinBin.vegas for the 2021 season. His weekly column publishes every Sunday during the Golden Knights season and is brought to you by the Jimmerson Law Firm.** Give the NHL this — it is willing to think outside the box when it comes to staging these outdoor hockey events.
The Golden Knights never led in the contest. In what will go down as one of the strangest games in NHL history, the Vegas Golden Knights came up short in a 3-2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche in the Bridgestone NHL Outdoors Saturday game.
The Vegas Golden Knights have officially reached the quarter mark of the strange 2020-21 NHL season, playing 14 of the shortened 56-game season. Ever since their expansion, Vegas has shown their potent offensive talent year in and year out throughout the regular season and playoffs.
Vegas GM Kelly McCrimmon has gone through quite a few hoops to assemble this roster, which is one of the deepest in the league that should give the Knights enough firepower to win most nights, even if one of their two starting-caliber goalies has an off night.
A beautiful backdrop, a gorgeous setup. The stage is set for a Vegas game unlike any other. Whilst scrolling through the Twitter timeline Friday, the only thought that came to mind is a trip to Lake Tahoe would’ve been perfect enough.
The Vegas Golden Knights have never done things the conventional way. Handing out big money and long-term deals to veteran players is generally the mark of a poorly run front office, but president George McPhee, general manager Kelly McCrimmon and owner Bill Foley have helped Vegas look like the exception to the rule.