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Come on down to T-Mobile Arena to support your Vegas Golden Knights! The Golden Knights started playing in the NHL in the 2017-18 season, but they are undoubtedly bringing the heat to the league. Players like William Karlsson and Deryk Engellend are absolute powerhouses on the ice, and led the Golden Knights to a very successful inaugural season. This new team is bound to change history! Want to come witness the action? Get your Vegas Golden Knights tickets right here!
It was about time before Vegas got itself an NHL franchise. The Frozen Fury games are played in Las Vegas annually, and the NHL Awards ceremonies have been held there since 2009. The team announced Gerard Gallant as head coach on April 13, participated in the NHL Expansion Draft on June 21st, and had their inaugural home game against the Arizona Coyotes on October 10th. The took force from the get go, and became the first time in NHL history to start their inaugural season with 8 out of 9 wins. February 1st of 2018 gave the Knights another record, recording 34 wins after their first 50 games. They set the most points during an inaugural season record on February 21st with 84 points. They were the first team to make the playoffs in their inaugural season since the Edmonton Oilers and Hartford Whalers in 1979-80. In the playoffs, the Golden Knights swept the Los Angeles Kings, becoming the first team to do so. The records didn’t stop there, for the Vegas Golden Knights made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals in their first season. They were bested by the Washington Capitals in 5 games, but there is no doubt that they played hockey unlike anyone had ever seen.
With such an amazing record in their first season, we can only expect the Golden Knights to make some big plays this postseason. They are sitting in the top half of their division, so we can definitely expect them to make it to the playoffs, and perhaps even the Stanley Cup Finals for back to back seasons. You’re not going to want to miss the Golden Knights this postseason. Make sure you buy your Vegas Golden Knights tickets right now!Back to top