Ice Cubes | With many of the team records by a first-year club wholly owned by the Vegas Golden Knights, next on the horizon are a series of individual marks and milestones. Of course, goalie Marc-Andre Fleury is right at the top.view
The Golden Knights, with their 19th road victory, equaled the 1993-94 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim mark for most victories by a first-year club. The Knights could break it this week when the road trip ends with games in Buffalo or Philadelphia.view
Knight Moves | Quick, get out of the way, the sky is falling. Relax Golden Knights fans, it’s a long year and your team will have a stretch of losing from time to time. Thanks to Sunday night’s 3-2 win at New Jersey, the Golden Knights ended their losing streak at three games.view
Gonzaga University may be making its final West Coast Conference men’s basketball tournament championship appearance entering tonight’s finale at The Orleans Arena here in Las Vegas.view
Ice Cubes | George McPhee, general manager of the Vegas Golden Knights, is a shoo-in to capture the National Hockey League’s GM of the Year award. Let me be the first – well, almost – to offer a hardy congratulations.view
Wise Kracks | Let’s talk about the power of free information. The internet is filled with a plethora of free information that will make you a better handicapper. Kenpom and Covers are great sites that will make you a better picker.view
Ice Cubes | The two biggest trades came from the Tampa Bay Lightning and San Jose Sharks on Monday, as the Rangers sent Ryan McDonagh to the Bolts and Evander Kane heads to the West Coast from Buffalo. Vegas also grabs Tomas Tatar from the Red Wings.view
Knight Moves | Golden Knights GM George McPhee pulled off a couple deals at the trade deadline by aquiring forward Tomas Tatar from the Red Wings for a 2018 1st Round Pick, 2019 2nd Round Pick, 2021 3rd Round Pick. Tatar has 16 goals so far this season.view
One Mann's Opinion | The transformation of Las Vegas into a “big league” sports city with the league-leading Vegas Golden Knights of the NHL and the soon-to-arrive Raiders of the NFL means trouble for UNLV athletics.view
The W hotel brand is leaving the Las Vegas Strip. The SLS casino-hotel on Wednesday announced it will assume control of the W Las Vegas, which currently occupies one of the property’s three towers.
An organization working to legalize casinos in Arkansas says it raised more than $1 million last month from two American Indian tribes in neighboring Oklahoma.
Hollywood Casino in Charles Town is the first casino licensed to offer sports betting in West Virginia. The West Virginia Lottery Commission made the announcement Monday. The casino expects to start accepting bets Sept. 1.
NASCAR is on its way, Sept. 13 thru Sept. 16, to the “Entertainment Capital of the World,” Las Vegas, with a series of “fan-centric” events to promote the South Point 400, this year’s kick off event for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.
The Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas will soon be home to the largest single video screen in the world. The upgraded canopy will deliver a screen that is up to seven times brighter than the original and four times sharper.