On Thursday, March 12, the NHL announced the decision to pause the 2019-20 season. The NHL's goal is to resume play as soon as it is appropriate and prudent, so that the league will be able to complete the season and award the Stanley Cup. The health and safety of our members, fans and our community as a whole is a top priority. We understand our fans have many questions and we will do our best to answer them as thoroughly as we can. The situation continues to evolve and is very fluid. Because of this, any policies are subject to change based on current circumstances.
We have tickets for an upcoming Golden Knights regular season home game. What should we do?
We encourage fans who purchased tickets directly through the Golden Knights or the VGK Ticket Exchange to hold on to their tickets for potential future use. The NHL will be providing information regarding the remainder of the regular season schedule and we will share those updates when appropriate. We are asking fans to hold their tickets while these future schedule plans are being determined by the NHL.
If the Golden Knights make the playoffs, what would happen then?
The NHL's goal is to resume play as soon as it is appropriate and prudent, so that the league will be able to complete the season and award the Stanley Cup. The NHL will be providing regular season and playoff schedule information and we will share those updates.
Is City National Arena still open?
As of noon on March 18, City National Arena will close to the public pursuant to Governor Sisolak's directive that all non-essential businesses close in order to protect against the spread of COVID-19. This includes The Arsenal and MacKenzie River Pizza, Grill and Pub.
When will the team start practicing again?
We will be following the recommendations and guidance from the NHL and CDC on this. The NHL will provide updates regarding club practice schedules and we will be sure to share those on our website and social channels.
Will practices still be open to the public?
We will follow the recommendations and guidance from the NHL, CDC and local health officials as it relates to open practices. Open practices have been a staple of ours from the beginning of the team's history. Players, staff, coaches and fans love them. We will look to keep them open if we are able!
City National Arena Youth Programs UpdateNHL Pause Q&A
Effective as of Saturday March 14, 2020, all youth hockey and skating programs will be paused pending further notice. While programming is on hold we will continue to address this fluid situation and will communicate with you as soon as we are able to resume.