The Golden Knights got back one of their locker room leaders Saturday, and he was not shy about speaking up.
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’ update on injured center Brett Howden on Friday was “as good of a result as you can ask for out of something like that,” coach Pete DeBoer said.
Golden Knights left wing Evgenii Dadonov was put in an awkward situation after his trade to the Anaheim Ducks was voided, but he responded with a three-point game Thursday.
Golden Knights goaltender Laurent Brossoit will miss Thursday’s game against the Nashville Predators at T-Mobile Arena, and there is no timeline for his return.
The Golden Knights played without Zach Whitecloud and Michael Amadio, who both entered the NHL’s COVID protocol before the game, and suffered their sixth straight road loss.
Former Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury was sent to the Minnesota Wild from the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday before the trade deadline.
The Golden Knights aren’t sure when three of their most important injured players will be available again.
Golden Knights goalies Laurent Brossoit and Logan Thompson, filling in for injured Robin Lehner, allowed 18 goals in the final three games of the just-completed trip.
The Golden Knights have given up 18 goals in their past three games, the most they’ve allowed in a three-game stretch in franchise history.
The injury-ravaged Golden Knights were down yet another player for Sunday’s game at the Columbus Blue Jackets, as defenseman Ben Hutton entered COVID protocol.
The Golden Knights have lost three straight and are at risk of missing the NHL playoffs for the first time after entering the season as co-favorites to win the Stanley Cup.
The invasion of Ukraine has caused the NHL to re-evaluate its ties with Russia and left many of the league’s Russian players, including two Golden Knights, caught in the middle.
The Golden Knights lost another key player as their five-game road trip continued to get worse.
Two former Golden Knights players had major roles in the Buffalo Sabres’ victory Thursday night at KeyBank Center.