It would be tough to find a player that wasn’t loved by Golden Knights fans in their inaugural season. David Perron was one of those beloved players.
Golden Knights center Paul Stastny’s father Peter Stastny retired from the NHL when he was 38-years-old. His son Paul is five years away from reaching that achievement. The older Stastny was inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame in 1998 after registering 1239 points (450 Goals, 789 Assists) for the Nordiques, Devils and Blues. In his outstanding career, Peter Stastny averaged 1.27 points per game spanning over 15 seasons, which is seventh best in NHL history,
Golden Knights winger Alex Tuch is a highly skilled player and a clear fan favorite. Tuch’s charisma has fit well in Vegas and so has his growth on the ice. The 23-year-old set career highs in Goals (20), Assists (32), Points (52), Plus/Minus (+13), Shooting Percentage (11.1%), Average Ice Time (16:44), and Takeaways (69) in 2018-19.