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Gameday: LA Kings at Golden Knights (7:00 PM)

When, where and how to watch and listen to the first Golden Knights game ever at T-Mobile Arena

by Gary Lawless @GoldenKnights /


Time: 7 p.m.

Location: T-Mobile Arena

Opponent: Los Angeles Kings

Local TV: AT&T Sportsnet (Play by play: Dave Goucher, Color: Shane Hnidy, Rinkside: Gary Lawless)

Radio: Fox Sports Radio 98.9 FM, 1340 AM (Play by play: Dan D'Uva, Guest color: Gary Lawless)

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Golden Knights Announce Lineup Vs. LA, Roster Transactions

Tuesday's game will be the team's first-ever at T-Mobile Arena

by Vegas Golden Knights @GoldenKnights /

VEGAS (September 25, 2017) - Vegas Golden Knights General Manager George McPhee announced today, September 25, the following roster transactions:

Jake Bischoff, Oscar Dansk, Keegan Kolesar, Maxime Lagace and Tyler Wong have been released from Vegas Golden Knights training camp and will join the Chicago Wolves training camp.

Jake Leschyshyn has also been released from Vegas Golden Knights training camp and has rejoined his junior team.

McPhee also announced the team's roster for their upcoming home game vs. the Los Angeles Kings. Puck drop is set for 7 p.m. PT at T-Mobile Arena. The game will air on AT&T SportsNet with Dave Goucher and Shane Hnidy and will also have radio coverage on Fox Sports 98.9 FM/1340 AM with Dan D'Uva. Please note the roster is subject to change.

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Golden Knights Logo, Las Vegas Star Carved Into T-Mobile Arena Red Line

The tributes to the team and city will be present at every Golden Knights home game

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights /

It was a subtle nod to represent both the Golden Knights and the city of Las Vegas.

When T-Mobile Arena Manager, Ice Operations-Conversions George Salami gathered with the team's staff, the idea was hatched to put tributes to the Golden Knights' home within the ice sheet at the team's home rink.

This included thousands of names of season ticket members inscribed beneath both blue lines, as well as two distinct logos that were embedded within the red line.

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Golden Knights Announce Media Schedule Of Events Surrounding Home Opener

The Golden Knights' home opener will be on October 10 vs. Arizona Coyotes

by Vegas Golden Knights @GoldenKnights /

VEGAS (September 25, 2017) -  Listed below is the Vegas Golden Knights weeklong media schedule of events surrounding the team's inaugural home opener October 10 against the Arizona Coyotes.


An important note is that the Golden Knights in-game entertainment team will be utilizing various in-game elements such as goal horns and goal songs during the preseason that are not necessarily what will be used throughout the regular season. Full in-game entertainment elements will be revealed at the home opener on October 10 and beyond.

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Golden Knights Inscribe Names Of Season Ticket Members In Ice

Thousands of names of season ticket holders will be laid beneath the Golden Knights' home ice

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights /

When the Golden Knights take the ice on Tuesday, it'll only be a preseason game.

The game will start, it will finish and the result will have absolutely nothing to do with how the team finishes this season. Except it will.

While for other teams, preseason games are merely practice for the regular season, the Golden Knights' contest against the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena will be one of the most significant games in franchise history.

Even if there's nothing on the line in terms of win-loss record.

It will be the first time the Golden Knights ever take the ice for a game at T-Mobile Arena. In the coming weeks, in the coming month and in the coming years, this team plans on building a tradition as Las Vegas' first-ever major league sports franchise.

To represent a city that's never had a major league franchise of its own to cheer for, to be a rallying point for people in this area who recognize this place as home more than a place to visit on vacation.

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Golden Knights Announce Inaugural Fan Fest

The team's official mascot will be unveiled during the event on Tuesday, October 3

by Vegas Golden Knights @GoldenKnights /

VEGAS (September 25, 2017) - Vegas Golden Knights President Kerry Bubolz announced today, September 25, details of an inaugural Fan Fest in partnership with the D Las Vegas ahead of the team's inaugural season.

The event is free and open to the public, and will take place from 6-8 p.m. PT on Tuesday, October 3 outside of the D Las Vegas at the 3rd Street Stage, located in Downtown Las Vegas on Fremont Street Experience. In addition, the Golden Knights mascot will be unveiled to the public for the first time presented by GEICO.

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Hunt, Hyka, Continue To Impress In Camp

Both players, seemingly pegged for AHL duty, have forced their way into the NHL roster discussion

by Gary Lawless @GoldenKnights /

Real fast, now. Name the clubs Brad Hunt and Tomas Hyka played for last season.

If you're answer is: "Who?" Don't feel shame. The free agent signings of the Vegas Golden Knights weren't household names coming into training camp.

They're aiming to change that.

For the record, Hyka played with Mlada Boleslav BK in the Czech Republic and Hunt split time with the St. Louis Blues, Nashville Predators and Chicago Wolves of the AHL.

Through four preseason games with the Golden Knights, Hyka now has four goals and one assist while Hunt has one goal and five assists.

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For Fleury, Golden Knights Debut A Bit Out Of The Ordinary

The goalie spent his entire 13-year career with the Pittsburgh Penguins before joining Vegas in June

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights /

For Marc-Andre Fleury, he admitted Sunday felt a bit different. After 13 years…

The logo was new.

The colors were new.

The teammates were new, the system was new, the team he was representing was new.

Ever since the day he was drafted No. 1 overall in the 2003 NHL Draft, Marc-Andre Fleury has been a Pittsburgh Penguin. Starting as an 18-year-old rookie, blossoming into one of the NHL's best goalies, winning three Stanley Cups and capturing the hearts of an entire city, it's been that way.

Marc-Andre Fleury has ALWAYS been a Pittsburgh Penguin. He officially became a Vegas Golden Knight when his former club left the soon-to-be 33-year-old available - choosing to keep 23-year-old goalie Matt Murray -in June's Expansion Draft.

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Golden Knights 4, Ducks 2: 3 Takeaways

Marc-Andre Fleury earned the win in his Golden Knights debut.

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights /

On the surface, Sunday favored the Ducks.

Anaheim is one of the most veteran teams in the league, and a favorite to win the Western Conference this year. The Golden Knights, meanwhile, are an expansion team, of whom little is expected by many experts.

Vegas wasn't playing Vadim Shipachyov, David Perron, Jonathan Marchessault or Nate Schmidt, electing rather to use a bunch of players vying for roster spots. The Ducks, on the other hands, had both Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry in the lineup, as well as stud defenseman Cam Fowler.

None of this mattered to the Golden Knights, who rode a strong performance by Marc-Andre Fleury and three straight goals before the game's midpoint and cruised to a 4-2 victory.

Here are three immediate impressions from Sunday's game.

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On The Road Running Blog: Behind The Scenes With The Golden Knights

Get inside access as the Golden Knights hit the road for the start of preseason

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights /

 Sunday, September 24: 11: 36 AM (PT)

All aboard our plane.

Flying into Long Beach this afternoon. In all seriousness, this flight shouldn't take much longer than driving from McCarran back to City National Arena when we return tonight.

Long Beach is about 20 miles from Honda Center. In Southern California. So hopefully the traffic isn't too terrible.

In the meantime, I'm enjoying my plane window view of the Mandalay Bay before we take off.

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