Golden Knights coach Pete DeBoer knows he can always call on the trio of William Karlsson, Jonathan Marchessault and Reilly Smith if needed.
David Schoen covers the Vegas Golden Knights/NHL and the World Series of Poker for the Review-Journal. Prior to arriving at the R-J in 2008, the Southern California native was a reporter and editor at the Oakland (Calif.) Tribune and Wisconsin State Journal. A University of Wisconsin graduate, he enjoys golf, Arsenal Football Club, and Ed Hochuli's lengthy penalty explanations.
Monday’s come-from-behind victory over Dallas marked the first time in franchise history that the Golden Knights overcame a multigoal deficit in the third period to win.
Mark Stone performed the duties of a captain Monday, sparking the Golden Knights’ four-goal third period in a 5-3 victory over Dallas during the round robin in Edmonton.
William Carrier scored a spectacular between-the-legs goal with 5:12 to play, and the Golden Knights rallied for a 5-3 victory over Dallas in a playoff round-robin game.
If the Golden Knights are going to make a deep run in the NHL playoffs, here are five players who will need to play a significant role.
The coronavirus pandemic forced the NHL to get creative in order to award the Stanley Cup, and the format can be confusing for even the most experienced fan.
Right wing Reilly Smith tallied two goals in the first period, and the Golden Knights grabbed a 4-1 victory over the Arizona Coyotes in an exhibition game Thursday.
The Silver Knights could play their first game as soon as Dec. 4.
A photo posted on the Golden Knights’ official social media accounts showed Ryan Reaves with his arms locked between Alex Tuch and William Carrier during the national anthems.
The Golden Knights face the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday in a midsummer exhibition game that will be nothing like their last trip to Edmonton, Alberta, in March.
Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury will start for the Golden Knights on Thursday when they face Arizona in an exhibition game at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta.
When viewers tune in to the Knights’ games this postseason, they’ll likely be treated to a variety of new sounds. And that includes a few cuss words that need to be censored.
Golden Knights forward Max Pacioretty did not travel with the team ahead of the NHL postseason tournament after sustaining a minor injury during training camp.
Upon their arrival in Edmonton for the NHL postseason, the Golden Knights will be part of a hockey summer camp unlike any they’ve experienced.