While the Los Angeles Kings continued to do the hitting, the Vegas Golden Knights instead hit for a natural '21' to continue their astonishing Stanley Cup Playoff run.view
In a second-overtime period completely dominated by the Vegas Golden Knights, Erik Haula scored at 15:23 to finally outlast the Los Angeles Kings, 2-1, before a record crowd of 18,583 at T-Mobile Arena on Friday.view
The players associations representing the four major sports leagues – baseball, football, basketball and hockey – in anticipation of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the New Jersey sports betting case, released a joint statement explaining their position on sports betting.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB finally gets some NBA talk. Alan, Mo and Dave look at the NBA Playoff Series Prices for round one, and breakdown the opening weekend of games. The boys may also look at some NHL adjusted prices.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB, Big Dave and Mo recap the weekend, look forward to the StanleyCupPlayoffs, MLB and maybe AB can squeeze in some NBA talk.view
How did you enjoy your first taste of Stanley Cup hockey, Las Vegas – and it's only going to get better. Marc-Andre Fleury blanketed all 30 shots for his 63rd NHL playoff win, while defenseman Shea Theodore registered the contest's lone goalview
Starting with last Saturday’s NCAA Frozen Four victory by Minn.-Duluth over favored Notre Dame, we can all cheer: Playoff Hockey is Here!view
Ice Cubes | Before the NHL season commenced, supporters of Vegas’ new hockey team dreamed about the possibility of an intense rivalry with the Los Angeles Kings – not the Anaheim Ducks! – in the future, asking what it would be like to meet L.A. in a Stanley Cup seriesview
Knight Moves | Well, Las Vegas, here we go – the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Arguably the most exciting playoffs in all the major sports, one big reason a best of seven series each round truly is a battle among the teams involved.view
Inside The Lines | The puck will drop on the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on Wednesday night. There are plenty of interesting stories that will be forthcoming during this spring playoff run.view
NHL Stanley Cup future odds for betting and wagering are provided by South Point. Check your local sports book for the latest odds. NHL future odds are updated weekly.view
VIP NHL Betting Capsules | The Vegas Golden Knights go for their fourth win in five tries when they visit the Calgary Flames in the conclusion of their Western Canada road swing. Game time is 7 pm PT at Scotiabank Saddledome.view
VIP NHL Betting Capsule | It’s first vs. worst tonight in Tampa Bay where the Lightning play host to the Buffalo Sabres. Game time is 4:30 pm PT at Amalie Arena where the Lightning are a massive -360 moneyline favorite. The total is 6.view
VIP NHL Betting Capsule | The Vegas Golden Knights go for their fifth win in six games when they visit the Edmonton Oilers. Game time is 6 pm PT at Rogers Place where the Golden Knights are -155 moneyline favorites. The total is 6.view
Caesars Entertainment Corporation, the Las Vegas-based gaming and entertainment firm, was recognized nationally for the fourth year as one of the most community-minded companies, and for the third time as the leader in the consumer discretionary industry
Thousands of unionized workers at Las Vegas casino/resorts operated by MGM Resorts International, including such major properties as Mirage, Bellagio, Aria and Mandalay Bay have now joined Caesars Entertainment workers in ratifying a new five-year labor agreement.
Dinero Talks | Weekend World Cup action didn’t disappoint, unless you were hoping heavyweights would impose their will. Argentina drew with first-time finalist Iceland. The betting favorite to win it all, Brazil, was denied three points by Switzerland after a 1-1 result.
Felix Rappaport, president and CEO of Foxwoods Resort Casino, was found dead on Monday at his personal residence located at the Connecticut casino. A cause of death has not been determined but no foul play is expected according to reports.
VIP Free Preview On the Mark | It pains me to say you have to go way back to the Borscht Belt days of the 1960’s when the Catskills were roaring.