The Golden Knights 56-game schedule will feature division only opponents during the regular season and Vegas will face each team in the division a total of eight times during the year. The Golden Knights will open the season at home against the Anaheim Ducks at T-Mobile Arena on Thursday, January 14, 2021.
The prelims are over and it's time for NHL playoff hockey (officially)! All Eastern Conference games will be played at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto; Western Conference games will be held at Rogers Place in Edmonton.
Here is the day-by-day and series-by-series schedule for the 2020 Stanley Cup Qualifiers. All Eastern Conference games will be played at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto; Western Conference games will be held at Rogers Place in Edmonton.
The Golden Knights are going to continue showing hockey reruns while the NHL remains paused due to the coronavirus. AT&T SportsNet will continue showing games as part of their VGK Classic Re-Airs until May 6.
AT&T SportsNet announced today, April 6, that the network will continue airing Golden Knights games, VGK Classic Re-Airs, through April 15. The network's updated slate of games will begin on Tuesday, April 7 and the broadcasts will air in their entirety. All of the VGK Classic Re-Airs will be televised on AT&T SportsNet in Las Vegas and will be available on DIRECTV channel 684, DISH channel 414, Cox channels 313 (SD) and 1313 (HD) and CenturyLink channels 760 (SD) and 1760 (HD).
AT&T SportsNet-Rocky Mountain announced on March 18, that the network will begin airing VGK Replay starting tonight at 7 p.m. PT. Sixteen instant classic Vegas Golden Knights games from the organization's first two seasons will be featured through April 2, 2020. Fans can engage with the Golden Knights on social media, using the hashtag #VGKReplay during the broadcasts.
What if the NHL decides it is safe for its players to resume playing, but not necessarily O.K. for fans to enter arenas to watch? Instead, the league opts to essentially turn their sport into a television studio event, like a soap opera.Many teams have very nice places to practice, with the Golden Knights’ City National Arena arguably the NHL’s best. There are places to set up television cameras, the Vegas Golden Knights already have their locker room. The visiting team’s quarters could be UNLV’s locker room. It would be spartan by NHL standards but when the Knights went to the other team’s place, they would deal with it too.
In what was the first game back in T-Mobile Arena since January 11th, the Vegas Golden Knights took on the Carolina Hurricanes, who they beat just over a week ago on the road in Raleigh with a final score of 4-3. This time though, the Knights didn't come out on top, losing in a shootout 6-5 when our usual shootout ringers couldn't cut it and Marc-Andre Fleury couldn't make the stops coming from the other side.
On back to back nights on the road, the Vegas Golden Knights showed vast improvement and emerged victorious against both home teams. After a 4-3 victory in Raleigh, the team picked up and headed to Nashville, whereMarc-Andre Fleuryreturned from a somewhat extended hiatus. Goals scored by Chandler Stephenson, Nic Roy andReilly Smith- in conjunction with Fleury putting on a spectacular save performance for the shutout - had Nashville fans reeling in their seats.