Hockey is constructed of a large network of people: players, coaches, trainers, scouts, management, and families, yet many are connected through a myriad of circumstances and small relationships. Come game time, these relationships make for enticing storylines, creating extra drama and sub-plots. Former teammates in junior can find themselves squaring off in the Stanley Cup
The Vegas Golden Knights find themselves in the third round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second consecutive year. They were able to defeat this year’s Presidents’ Trophy winners, the Colorado Avalanche, in six games. The final game was high-action, as it looked like both teams were playing for the Stanley Cup. After a
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, the Toronto Maple Leafs got bad news as defenseman Jake Muzzin has an injury that will keep him out for some time. Meanwhile, rumors as to why former Blue Jackets forward Pierre-Luc Dubois wanted to be traded have surfaced. There’s an update as to what’s really going on behind the
Alex Tuch has been one of the Vegas Golden Knights’ best players throughout the regular season. He finished tied for third in goals for the team during the regular season while averaging third-line minutes. His production rate and commitment to both sides of the puck saw him getting more opportunities higher on the depth chart
As Game 2 of their first-round series against the Minnesota Wild is officially in the books, Vegas Golden Knights fans have a lot to be excited about. Tuesday night’s game was the complete performance the team needed to bounce back from their Game 1 loss. Without further ado, let’s jump right in and look at
Welcome to a THW GameDay Live, posted so fans could comment and interact during and after the game. We give you a little background on the game, and have the comments open below. Enjoy! The St. Louis Blues and the Vegas Golden Knights square off tonight at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the
In what has been a wild, unpredictable 2020-21 NHL season, the battle for divisional supremacy between the Vegas Golden Knights and Colorado Avalanche has been one element that has largely played out as expected. Amidst divisional surprises like the rise of the Minnesota Wild and the struggles of the St. Louis Blues to secure playoff
The Vegas Golden Knights are one of the most high-profile teams in the NHL. They are led by superstars such as Mark Stone, Max Pacioretty and Marc-Andre Fleury, who have helped them reach the top of the Honda West Division. However, there are some players who are flying under the radar despite putting up some
Last night’s Vegas Golden Knights game housed everything a hockey fan could want out of a hockey contest; big saves at the right times, huge offensive production and some physical play. Seeing as the game had a combined nine goals, I will be focusing on the offensive part of last night’s game for the Golden
The NHL is nearly a third of the way through the 2020-21 campaign. This season has been unlike any other due to its structure, division realignment and postponement of games. Despite the uncertainty that came with this season, the Vegas Golden Knights find themselves in their usual position on top of the Honda West Divison.
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, there is coaching news as the Montreal Canadiens have made a massive change behind the bench and former Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock had interesting comments regarding why he was relieved of his duties in Toronto. Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley says the team was never close
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
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,
My oh my, what a time to be a hockey fan. With our beloved sport finally back, we are watching our teams with added appreciation seeing as the season could not have taken place at all. That old saying, “you don’t know what you have until it’s gone,” rings more true now than ever before,
The Vegas Golden Knights kick off the 2020-21 NHL season with a two-game series against the Anaheim Ducks. Coming into this series, the Golden Knights are looking to continue their success against their divisional foes, while, on the other hand, Anaheim is looking to re-establish itself as one of the tougher teams in the West.
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
We still don’t know exactly what the Vegas Golden Knights will look like come Jan. 13, once the 2020-21 NHL season kicks off. We do, however, know the divisional opposition they will battle along the way. Through the league’s new COVID-19-driven temporary realignment and playoff qualification rules, the Golden Knights will clash exclusively with seven