"The Sheriff, Lawless and Some Guy Named Dave" is a podcast featuring AT&T SportsNet color analyst Shane "The Sheriff" Hnidy, Vegas Golden Knights Insider and hockey expert Gary Lawless, AT&T SportsNet play-by-play announcer Dave Goucher and 98.9 FM play-by-play announcer Dan D'Uva.
The #SLGND podcast is an hour-long show posted a minimum of twice a month throughout the season, and features on- and off-ice related discussions with special guests including Vegas Golden Knights players and management, hockey personalities and Las Vegas celebrities.
The Golden Knights won their first six games after acquiring Mark Stone. The SLGND crew examines Stone's play and outlines how his addition affects Vegas overall. With a dozen games to go, how is the playoff picture looking? Owner of The D Derek Stevens joins the discussion, plus a pile of mailbag questions - on goalie interference, historic late-season surges, which is the Knights No. 1 line, pregame routines, pineapple on pizza and more.
Shane, Gary, Dave and Dan talk about the Golden Knights' deadline acquisition of Mark Stone from Ottawa. The crew is joined by long-time hockey personality Daren Millard to discuss all angles of the trade and all the moves around the league. Vegas general manager George McPhee joins the show to offer further insight into the deal and how Stone fits with the Golden Knights.
Shane, Gary, Dave and Dan evaluate the state of the Golden Knights with 25 games left in the regular season. After a road-heavy schedule for much of the year, Vegas plays eight of nine at home. What's the state of the third line? What moves could the Knights make before the Feb. 25 trade deadline? The crew also examines stories from around the NHL, including coaching changes, possible trade bait and playoff races. Owner of The D, Derek Stevens, makes a guest appearance.
Golden Knights owner Bill Foley joins the crew for an extended conversation about all aspects of the team, including the club's recent play, personnel possibilities, business decisions, entertainment production and more. Shane, Gary, Dave and Dan discuss the trade of Brad Hunt, debate lineup possibilities and analyze the Western Conference frontrunners.
As the Knights extend their win streak to six, Shane, Gary, Dave and Dan examine how they've done it. They discuss the emergence of Brandon Pirri and how the Vegas lineup might look going forward. The crew also breaks down prospects' play at the World Junior Championship, the rise of Alex Tuch, Malcolm Subban stabilizing and more.
In review of the Golden Knights' four-game trip, Paul Stastny's return, a show-stopping matinee at Madison Square Garden and more stories from New York City. Plus, roster updates, line combos, VGK prospects in the World Junior Championship, Seattle expansion and more.
VGK forward Alex Tuch, who's posted 20 points in his first 19 games, talks in-depth about the Knights' recent success, what he's learned from teammates like Max Pacioretty, and more. The SLGND crew explains Vegas's turnaround and takes a look around the NHL.
The SLGND crew address the issues hampering the Golden Knights and how they can get back to form. They lay out the personnel possibilities, including line changes, call-ups and the pending return of Nate Schmidt. Also: mailbag questions, Shane's socks, Dave's singing and more.
After a 1-4 start, Vegas has won three straight. Shane, Gary, Dave and Dan discuss how the Golden Knights got back on track, including a turning point in Philadelphia courtesy Marc-Andre Fleury. Who else has made big contributions? The crew analyzes Alex Tuch's seven-year contract extension and takes fan questions via Twitter in the mailbag.
The Golden Knights second regular season begins October 4 versus Philadelphia, and SLGND addresses roster news, possible line combinations and defensive pairs. The crew also covers prospects for the Pacific Division and the NHL overall.
An exclusive interview with Max Pacioretty, and full discussion about the trade between Vegas and Montreal. Plus reaction to the Vegas Rookie Faceoff, previewing the start of NHL camp, and answers to Twitter questions in the mailbag.