It’s not often we find a team as perfectly built as the Vegas Golden Knights are this season. Sure, you have teams such as the Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs who house an absolutely insane roster, but seeing as I write about the Golden Knights, were gonna keep the focus on Sin City.
The Vegas Golden Knights have officially reached the quarter mark of the strange 2020-21 NHL season, playing 14 of the shortened 56-game season. Ever since their expansion, Vegas has shown their potent offensive talent year in and year out throughout the regular season and playoffs. While COVID-19 continues to factor into all of our lives
After their Valentine’s Day meeting, the Vegas Golden Knights and the Colorado Avalanche met again, this time on Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena. Vegas would look to sweep their home-stand with the Avs, as well as secure their first win wearing their, I must say, beautiful chrome gold helmets. So, how did they fare? Upon
An unusual year has created a rather unusual introduction to the NHL for Zach Whitecloud. Heading into the 2020-21 NHL season, the 24-year-old had played in more postseason games (20) than regular-season games (17) after being thrown to the wolves last fall in the Edmonton bubble. The early onset of pressure hasn’t eased this season,
A new year has begun and a new NHL season is about to. From the outset of 2020, no one could have predicted where we’d wind up by year’s end. But here we are, ready to embark on a 56-game season beginning in January that will see the Vegas Golden Knights battle the same seven
In the recent week, the NHL world has been a frenzy due to the news surrounding Columbus Blue Jackets’ all-star center Pierre-Luc Dubois. The Quebec native recently inked a two-year/$10 million deal extension with the Blue Jackets, but it doesn’t look like he will play out his contract in Columbus. Strong rumors have been reported
Division rivalries have always loomed large in the NHL, perhaps never more so than in the upcoming 2020-21 season. In order to limit travel during the pandemic, the season will see the league’s 31 teams play all 56 games, as well as up to two postseason rounds, exclusively within their realigned division. For the Vegas
The temporary realignment of the NHL divisions this season, where each team will only play within their division, gives Vegas Golden Knights fans some interesting matchups to look forward to. The Golden Knights will face their seven opponents in the West Division eight times during the 2020-21 regular season, a season that will be very