Max Pacioretty Doesn’t Travel to Edmonton With Golden Knights

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Vegas Golden Knights forward, Max Pacioretty, will be staying back from the bubble in Edmonton. The 31-year-old winger did not participate in the team’s last four practices due to injury. He is expected to join the team once healthy. Max Pacioretty did not travel with the Golden Knights to Edmonton. Peter DeBoer said he suffered […] READ MORE



Report: Las Vegas Will be Hub City for NHL Playoffs

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Per a report from Sportsnet, Las Vegas will be announced as one of the hub cities to hold the NHL playoffs. Vegas will be a hub city for NHL playoff games and we should expect the official announcement before June 22. The other depends on how the Canadian government chooses to enforce the 14-day quarantine […] READ MORE


San Jose Sharks Evander Kane Sued by Las Vegas Casino

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News broke late Tuesday that a Las Vegas casino is suing San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane for $500,000 in gambling credits. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, The Cosmopoitan Casino filed suit on Monday. Mick Akers of the publication first broke the story. Las Vegas casino sues NHL’s Evander Kane over unpaid gambling markers […] READ MORE


3 Myths and Misconceptions About Ice Hockey

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Ice hockey is considered one of the most entertaining – and sometimes, the most brutal – winter sports ever invented. It has a long history (it has been played under the name “hockey” since at least the 18th century) and it is very popular especially in the Northern areas of America (especially Canada) and Europe. […] READ MORE


NHL, MGM Form Sports Betting Partnership

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The NHL announced it has partnered with MGM Resorts International in a multi-year deal on sports betting. The @NHL has announced a landmark sports betting partnership with @MGMResortsIntl. Details: https://t.co/7fLx0Fcfms pic.twitter.com/pAY5xaK6Ti — NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) October 29, 2018 NHL, MGM Form Sports Betting Partnership The NHL joins the NBA (and WNBA) in partnering with MGM. […] READ MORE


Vegas Golden Knights Playoff Success Helping Turn Tragedy to Triumph

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When Tragedy Strikes The Vegas Golden Knights began their existence in the shadow of tragedy. Six nights before their inaugural season opener, the city of Las Vegas was struck by a man-made catastrophe that left wounds which will last forever. When terrible acts of violence occur, people will often fear the world around them. They will […] READ MORE


Dear Vegas Golden Knights Haters: Enough is Enough

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Its not fair, the Vegas Golden Knights got to pick a bunch of all-stars. I hate their fans and pregame shows. They don’t deserve a team. Vegas Golden Knights: The Best Story in Sports Before getting into all the reasons why those typical “hater” statements are ridiculous and wrong, let’s briefly talk about the history […] READ MORE


The Vegas Golden Knights Intros Are Weird, and Getting Weirder

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The Vegas Golden Knights shocked the hockey world with their first ever Western Conference Final home opener. Not only did they come straight out of the gate with a goal just 35 seconds in scored by Jonathan Marchessault, but they had an eccentric opening that screamed typical Las Vegas. Viva Las Vegas To begin their opener, […] READ MORE