Game 4 of the Western Conference Final was so big that Mr. Las Vegas himself made an appearance.
Wayne Newton, the legendary singer who has performed over 25,000 Vegas shows in his career, was on hand at T-Mobile Arena Friday to sound the pregame alarm before Game 4 against the Winnipeg Jets.
Newton went for the rigorous alarm crank and got a huge ovation from the fans in attendance.
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And he wasn't the only Vegas mainstay in attendance. Blue Man Group, a frequent attendee at T-Mobile Arena, was also on hand, trading in their usual all-black outfits for some Golden Knights home sweaters.
Before the start of the third period, pop group the Backstreet Boys came out and gave cranking the siren a shot.
And that kind of star power was just the opening act.
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