The Vegas Golden Knights are sailing smoothly into the second half of their inaugral season with a 29-10-2 record, which puts them atop of the Pacific Division. Please do not adjust your computer screen, that is correct — the Golden Knights are the top seed in the Western Conference playoff hunt after 41 games played.
As the holidays approach, the excitement for the World Junior Championships in Buffalo is on the rise. The tournament is still a couple of weeks away –games begin on Dec. 26th – but all the competing countries have summoned their players to their pre-tournament camps this week. While the junior hockey world will have its
Learning from those before us is an ideal way to avoid mistakes. The Vegas Golden Knights should learn from the Atlanta Thrashers and Columbus Blue Jackets who struggled at the draft table. Atlanta could never overcome their poor showings at the draft and were eventually relocated. Columbus, on the other hand, drafted few promising players aside from
Close to 15 months after the league approved it’s newest expansion franchise, the Vegas Golden Knights took to the ice in an actual game. Albeit, it was two rookie scrimmages against the Los Angeles Kings over a two-day period at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California. I’m not going to lie to you,
Now that the dust has settled on the expansion draft, entry draft, and free agency for the Vegas Golden Knights, one of the biggest questions is who will score goals for the team in its inaugural season? Golden Knights general manager George McPhee selected some solid players during the expansion draft, but none of them are considered
Vancouver Canucks GM, Jim Benning raised some curious eyebrows at the 2017 trade deadline when he traded away long-time Canuck, Alex Burrows to the Ottawa Senators in return for 19-year-old Jonathan Dahlen. The deal looked good on paper for both parties but Benning’s true motive didn’t come into the light until the 2017 NHL entry
The 2017 National Hockey League draft was a mixture of good and bad news for the Western Hockey League. While the most prominent player in the WHL’s 2017 draft class, Nolan Patrick, slipped from projections of going first overall to being taken second by the Philadelphia Flyers, the event was generally a good news story
Roughly a day and a half after adding 31 players to their organization, the Vegas Golden Knights went back to work at the 2017 NHL Draft. Armed with 13 selections – including three first round picks – general manager George McPhee put a bow on a year’s worth of extensive scouting by his club with