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Fans at The Fortress will be treated to marquee matchups throughout the season including a highly-anticipated rematch with the San Jose Sharks on Oct. 2 for the Golden Knights' home opener. Vegas takes on the defending Eastern Conference Champion Boston Bruins on Oct. 8 at T-Mobile Arena before hosting Pacific Division rival Calgary Flames on Oct. 12.
The Golden Knights will join fellow Nevadans in celebrating Nevada Day at T-Mobile Arena on Oct. 25 as the team hosts Colorado for a 3 p.m. tilt. Vegas closes out the month of October with a Halloween night matchup with the Montreal Canadiens on Oct. 31.
Mark the third week of November on your calendars for some can't-miss hockey in Vegas as the Golden Knights play four home games in seven nights. Fans will enjoy games against Calgary (Nov. 17), Toronto (Nov. 19), San Jose (Nov. 21) and Edmonton (Nov. 23) that week. Vegas and Arizona will go head-to-head on Nov. 29 as the teams duel the day after Thanksgiving.
The New York Rangers (Dec. 8) and Chicago Blackhawks (Dec. 10) come to town during the second week of December as the holiday season kicks off at The Fortress. Vegas hosts the Avalanche on Dec. 23 before heading into the holiday break and will close out 2019 with games against the Coyotes (Dec. 28) and Anaheim Ducks (Dec. 31).
The first two weeks of January will feature jam-packed action at T-Mobile Arena as the Golden Knights meet the Philadelphia Flyers (Jan. 2), St. Louis Blues (Jan. 4), Pittsburgh Penguins (Jan. 7), Los Angeles Kings (Jan. 9) and Columbus Blue Jackets (Jan. 11). After two lengthy road trips and the All-Star break, the Golden Knights return home to face the Carolina Hurricanes on Feb. 8. Vegas has five consecutive home games from Feb. 13-22 as the Blues (Feb. 13), New York Islanders (Feb. 15), Washington Capitals (Feb. 17), Tampa Bay Lightning (Feb. 20) and Florida Panthers (Feb. 22) descend on Vegas.
With the playoff push in full force, the Golden Knights close out their home schedule during the month of March as the team plays six home games. Postseason implications will be in everyone's minds as Vegas wraps up the home slate on March 25 against the Arizona Coyotes.
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