Golden Knights left wing Mattias Janmark, center Nicolas Roy and right wing Alex Tuch have formed a third line that has wreaked havoc on opponents during the NHL playoffs.
Ben Gotz came to the Review-Journal in May 2016 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. He covers the Lights FC, high school sports and anything else sports-related that comes into town. He also hosts segments in the video studio on soccer and high school sports. Before coming to Las Vegas, he wrote about college hockey, college football and high school sports during stops at the Star Tribune, Pioneer Press and Minnesota Daily back home in Minnesota.
The Golden Knights’ blue line finished with three goals and six points in a convincing win over the Montreal Canadiens on Monday. Five of the six defensemen had a point.
Here are the players the Golden Knights and Montreal Canadiens are going with for Game 1 of their NHL semifinal.
Left wing Jonathan Marchessault has been one of the Golden Knights’ most important playoff contributors. He has a game-tying goal in every game he’s scored in.
Golden Knights defenseman Alec Martinez has appeared in every playoff game, but had yet to take part in a morning skate or rare on-ice, off-day workout.
Here are the key things you need to know before the Golden Knights meet the Montreal Canadiens in a best-of-seven series starting Monday at T-Mobile Arena.
The Golden Knights goaltender grew up not far from Montreal, but he’s focused on winning a Stanley Cup for Las Vegas.
The Golden Knights enjoyed a full building during their second-round series against the Colorado Avalanche. The Montreal Canadiens just started allowing a limited crowd.
The Golden Knights and Montreal Canadiens will play at 6 p.m. Monday and 6 p.m. Wednesday at T-Mobile Arena.
Check out all the dates and times for the Golden Knights’ Stanley Cup semifinal series against the Montreal Canadiens.
The Golden Knights and Montreal Canadiens will meet in the NHL’s final four in a matchup between one of the league’s most historic franchises and its newest.
Golden Knights right wing Ryan Reaves is back in the lineup after being a healthy scratch for Game 5 against the Colorado Avalanche.
Golden Knights right wing Ryan Reaves was a healthy scratch Tuesday against the Colorado Avalanche for the first time in the playoffs since the team’s inaugural season.