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Golden Knights take on 'The Office' in ticket sales promo

Taffer, Carrot Top make cameos as fictional workers

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

VGK Pre-Ticketing Exercise

VGK Pre-Ticketing Exercise

The VGK Ticket Guy made sure the team is ready to sell single game tickets on Monday by paying homage to Dwight Schrute

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The Golden Knights brought Scranton to Vegas.

The team shared a video in the style of "The Office" to remind fans that regular-season, single-game tickets go on sale Monday.

Tweet from @GoldenKnights: Today, tickets are going to save lives. The VGK Ticket Guy channeled Dwight Schrute to make sure the team is ready to sell tickets at 10 a.m. tomorrow 🎟: https://t.co/zI6EQupZYo | #GoldenTickets pic.twitter.com/46EDsr0g8C

The Golden Knights office went full Dunder Mifflin, including a Dwight Schrute doppleganger in the the video, which also featured some of the team's Knights Crew and the Golden Aces.

In the clip, team personnel and a few guests try to do their fair share of work in the ticket sales office.

TV personality and Golden Knights fan Jon Taffer of "Bar Rescue" proved ready even on short notice. But comedian Carrot Top, who has a Vegas residency, wasn't quite up to the task.

The stunt may have worked some of the kinks out, and helped spread the word, but didn't keep the ticket guy from losing his job in the sketch.

Fans who want to test the readiness of the real Golden Knights ticket office can purchase regular-season tickets on their website starting Monday at 10 a.m. PT.

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