Team Snapshot
Goals For / Game 3.00 Tied-13th
Goals Against / Game 2.78 10th
Power Play % 16.7 25th
Penalty Kill % 80.8 14th
2018-19 Pacific Division Standings
Team W L OTL PTS
Calgary 50 25 7 107
San Jose 46 27 9 101
Vegas 43 32 7 93
Arizona 39 35 8 86
Vancouver 35 36 11 81
Anaheim 35 37 10 80
Edmonton 35 38 9 79
LA Kings 31 42 9 71

Vegas Golden Knights News

  • Vegas Hockey Knight: Vegas Golden Knights: Life after Marc-Andre Fleury: Malcolm Subban?

    The big question is who is next? Based on the moves this offseason, the answer looks to be Malcolm Subban as he is far superior than any other goaltender the Knights have on their depth chart. Do the Knights think Malcolm Subban is the best option for a long-term netminder? Or is he the best they could get for the price point? Maybe a little of the first, and a lot more of the latter?

    This article we aren't going to discuss the contract because that has already been covered here by Richard Cardinale.

    Yes, Subban's record last season was a little shaky at 8-10-2, but there is more to the story.

    The big question is who is next? Based on the moves this offseason, the answer looks to be Malcolm Subban as he is far superior than any other goaltender the Knights have on their depth chart. Do the Knights think Malcolm Subban is the best option for a long-term netminder? Or is he the best they could get for the price point? Maybe a little of the first, and a lot more of the latter?

    This article we aren't going to discuss the contract because that has already been covered here by Richard Cardinale.

    Yes, Subban's record last season was a little shaky at 8-10-2, but there is more to the story.

  • Review-Journal: Golden Knights' Chance to be made into Funko Pop! figure

    If you're looking for a way to add to your Golden Knights collection, now is your Chance.

    Funko announced Thursday a new batch of NHL mascots who will forever be immortalized as a Pop! figure, including Knights mascot, Chance.

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    -- Funko (@OriginalFunko) July 18, 2019

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    -- Funko (@OriginalFunko) July 18, 2019

    Five additional mascots will be included in the new collection:

    -- Gritty, Philadelphia Flyers

    -- Tommy Hawk, Chicago Blackhawks

    -- NJ Devil, New Jersey Devils

    -- Blades, Boston Bruins

    No official release date has been set.

    If you're looking for a way to add to your Golden Knights collection, now is your Chance.

    Funko announced Thursday a new batch of NHL mascots who will forever be immortalized as a Pop! figure, including Knights mascot, Chance.

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    -- Funko (@OriginalFunko) July 18, 2019

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    -- Funko (@OriginalFunko) July 18, 2019

    Five additional mascots will be included in the new collection:

    -- Gritty, Philadelphia Flyers

    -- Tommy Hawk, Chicago Blackhawks

    -- NJ Devil, New Jersey Devils

    -- Blades, Boston Bruins

    No official release date has been set.

  • Review-Journal: Facing cap issues, Golden Knights' window to win Stanley Cup is now

    The window is not eight years. Not with this particular group.

    It's open at this point farther than anyone within the Golden Knights organization imagined when the franchise began play in 2017-- come on, farther than anyone alive imagined -- but not immeasurably.

    More like two years.

    William Karlsson said Tuesday that his No. 1 goal is to win a Stanley Cup with those he currently calls teammates, part of the center's comments when speaking about the eight-year, $47.2 million contract extension he signed this week.

    It's a standard objective of all NHL players and certainly not an impractical one when it comes to the Knights and their roster, which is definitely good enough to contend.

  • Review-Journal: Dylan Coghlan serves as inspiration at Golden Knights' camp

    Free agents participating in the Golden Knights' development camp at City National Arena this week don't have to look far to find a success story to try to replicate.

    Dylan Coghlan is right there on the ice with them.

    The 21-year-old defenseman just finished a season in which he had 40 regular-season points in 66 games during his first professional season and appeared in seven postseason games for the Knights' American Hockey League affiliate in Chicago.

    Two years ago, he attended development camp as a free agent hoping to be noticed.

    "It's a great opportunity," Coghlan said after practicing Tuesday.

  • Review-Journal: Blues sign coach Craig Berube to 3-year contract extension

    ST. LOUIS -- The Blues signed coach Craig Berube to a three-year contract extension Tuesday after he led St. Louis to its first Stanley Cup championship in his first season in charge.

    The Blues were in last place at the start of the year, but Berube led them on an 11-game win streak in January and February to position them for the playoffs. They wound up going 38-19-6 in the regular season, then beat the Jets, Stars and Sharks in the playoffs to reach the Stanley Cup Final.

    The Blues beat the Bruins in seven games to win the first championship in their 52-year history.

  • Vegas Hockey Knight: NHL Draft 2019: Grading each Vegas Golden Knights pick

    It was a productive weekend for the Vegas Golden Knights who bolstered their pipeline with eight fresh faces, including elite playmaker Peyton Krebs who was selected with the No.17 overall pick.

    They addressed a number of needs across the two days of the draft in Vancouver, selecting a goalie, two stay-at-home defensemen and five forwards.

    With the farm system looking a little light in certain areas, Vegas had to fill it with a slew of prospects and it was certainly mission accomplished from that point of view.

    Let's not forget either, the Golden Knights are also very good at drafting as backed up by the fact that their AHL affiliate, the Chicago Wolves, made a run all the way to the Calder Cup Finals this year, only to lose out to the Charlotte Checkers.

  • Vegas Hockey Knight: Vegas Golden Knights: 5 games to be excited about in 2019-20

    After it was announced last week that the Vegas Golden Knights will host old foes the San Jose Sharks in their home opener on Wednesday October, 2, 2019 at T-Mobile Arena, the rest of the schedule was revealed earlier today.

    It is always an exciting time for fans when the schedule is announced and it makes us even more buzzed for October, which can't come soon enough at this point.

    There is a buzz around the Golden Knights at the moment following a successful 2019 NHL Entry Draft weekend, which saw the organization stock up on prospects including a high-end playmaker in Peyton Krebs.

  • Review-Journal: Golden Knights center William Karlsson talks about his new deal -- LIVESTREAM

    Golden Knights center William Karlsson speaks to the media after signing an eight-year, $47.2 million contract, keeping him with the team through 2027.

    Vegas GM George McPhee will also speak.

    Watch the livestream below.

  • Review-Journal: Golden Knights 2019-20 schedule announced by NHL

    The National Hockey League released the Golden Knights full 2019-20 schedule on Tuesday.

    The schedule features a seven-game homestand from Dec. 28 to Jan. 11. That homestand will include a matchup with the defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues.

    The team will have an eight-game road trip beginning on Jan. 14 in Buffalo. All-star weekend from Jan. 24-26 is sandwiched in the middle of the trip, which will wrap up at Florida on Feb. 6.

    The league previously announced that the Knights' home opener would be Wednesday, Oct. 2 against the San Jose Sharks.

    Golden Knights 2019-20 Schedule

    All times Pacific and are subject to change

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  • My NHL Trade Rumors: A Look into the William Karlsson Eight Year Contract with Vegas

    made it official as he agreed to an eight-year, $47.2 million contract late Monday evening. This takes the restricted free agent off the market and locks him up until the age of 34. The signing officially happens mid-week.

    Let's dig into the new deal because there will be a few additional corrections to come later on Tuesday as details get confirmed.

    <strong>The William Karlsson contract explained...</strong>

    Again, contracts take a life of their own. The likelihood is that the deal involves some sort of signing bonus structure. However, that has not been confirmed as of yet.

  • Vegas Hockey Knight: Mission accomplished for Vegas Golden Knights and William Karlsson

    After it was reported on Sunday by The Athletic and Pierre LeBrun of TSN that the Vegas Golden Knights and star center William Karlsson were nearing a contract extension, it was made official Monday night.

    Karlsson has put pen to paper on a new eight-year deal that will carry him through the 2026-27 season with an average annual value of $5.9 million.

    Making things official pic.twitter.com/cTcdcE4bgq

    -- Vegas Golden Knights (@GoldenKnights) June 25, 2019

    That represents superb value for the Golden Knights who lock up one of their faces of the franchise for the long-term future with a cap hit that is manageable.

  • Review-Journal: Golden Knights sign center William Karlsson to 8-year contract

    The Golden Knights signed center William Karlsson to an eight-year, $47.2 million contract Monday, locking up the franchise's all-time leading goal scorer through 2027.

    The deal was first reported Sunday.

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    -- Vegas Golden Knights (@GoldenKnights) June 25, 2019

    Karlsson was set to become a restricted free agent with arbitration rights on July 1. He could have become an unrestricted free agent in 2020 but opted for long-term security with the Knights.

    The 26-year-old from Sweden had a breakout season in 2017-18 after being acquired in the expansion draft from Columbus, finishing third in the league with 43 goals.

  • Review-Journal: Golden Knights prospects eagerly await start of development camp

    Kaedan Korczak moved from the prairies of Saskatchewan to play junior hockey in picturesque Kelowna, British Columbia. The defenseman was never the same.

    "That was a big change," he said. "But now I'm kind of used to the Kelowna lifestyle, so it's hard to go back to Saskatchewan."

    Wait till the Golden Knights' second-round pick spends a few days in Las Vegas.

    Korczak and the majority of the club's prospects will be in town this week for development camp, which begins at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday and concludes Saturday at City National Arena.

    All of the team's selections from the 2019 draft are scheduled to attend, including first-round pick Peyton Krebs.

  • Review-Journal: Golden Knights' salary cap issues not as bad as they appear

    To those not schooled in the nuances of the salary cap -- in other words, most people -- the Golden Knights' current situation appears to be problematic.

    Kelly McCrimmon happens to know a lot about the cap. And the incoming general manager is less worried than Alfred E. Neuman.

    "We're comfortable, and it's manageable," McCrimmon said following the NHL draft Saturday in Vancouver, British Columbia. "Every team has things to work through, and we're no different."

    With center William Karlsson on the verge of signing an eight-year deal that a source confirmed Sunday will have a $5.

  • My NHL Trade Rumors: NHL Free Agency: The Vegas Golden Knights To Lock Up William Karlsson For Eight Seasons

    Pierre LeBrun: Hearing that William Karlsson will be signing an eight-year contract extension with the Vegas Golden Knights.

    Getting the full eight years was really important to him as he loves it in Vegas.

    Jesse Granger: Karlsson's deal will have an AAV of $5.9 million. The contract is expected to be signed in the next two days.

    The 26-year old Karlsson was drafted 53rd overall in the 2nd round of the 2011 draft by the Anaheim Ducks.

    Thoughts from the media

    Pierre LeBrun: "Karlsson camp fought hard for the max term.

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