The Golden Knights controlled the puck almost the entire game against the Philadelphia Flyers, with a 48-21 advantage in shots on goal and 88-48 edge in shot attempts.
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’ next five games — and seven of nine — are on the road starting Tuesday. That’s not necessarily a bad thing — they are 16-8-1 away from T-Mobile Arena.
The Silver Knights’ new home, Dollar Loan Center, will host its first ticketed events — the Big West men’s and women’s basketball tournaments — from Tuesday through Saturday.
The Knights may still be the Stanley Cup contender they were projected to be. Or maybe their results in this injury-riddled season have revealed serious issues that need fixing.
The Golden Knights nearly let the Anaheim Ducks back in the game Friday, but held on for a crucial win in the standings.
The Golden Knights welcomed T-Mobile Arena’s first goal scorer back to the building during Thursday’s game against the Boston Bruins.
The Golden Knights put left wing Mattias Janmark on injured reserve before Tuesday’s game against the San Jose Sharks with an upper-body injury he suffered last weekend.
The Golden Knights will get their starting goaltender back Tuesday against the San Jose Sharks. But they should be happy with how their other goalies performed in his absence.
It was clear Saturday’s matchup with the Colorado Avalanche was important to the Golden Knights when they debuted a new pregame introduction at T-Mobile Arena.
The Golden Knights didn’t come out of their four-day break sharp and didn’t pick up a crucial two points in the standings.
Left wing Mattias Janmark, right wing Evgenii Dadonov and center Nicolas Roy have flashed their potential on the Golden Knights’ third line despite a goal-scoring slump.
The Golden Knights have had a luxurious February schedule because of the NHL’s canceled Winter Olympic break, but will play their final 31 games in 64 days.
Golden Knights left wing Max Pacioretty has three goals in his past two games and said Monday was the first day his surgically repaired wrist felt good when he was shooting.
The Golden Knights and Sharks battles against each other have all had a similar result the last two seasons.
Two Golden Knights players started the process of returning to the lineup Saturday before the rest of the team practiced at City National Arena.