Golden Knights Ticket Winners

The fourth-grade classroom from Walter V. Long Elementary School who won Golden Knight tickets from Adam S. Kutner, Injury Attorneys.

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Last week, Adam S. Kutner and Adam S. Kutner, Injury Attorneys, announced a giveaway campaign to all CCSD K-12 teachers for a chance to go to an NHL preseason game of the Vegas Golden Knights.

Adam S. Kutner wanted to provide the opportunity to highlight classrooms working together and offer a chance to recognize local teachers across the district. Out of hundreds of applicants, one lucky winner, a fourth-grade classroom from Walter V. Long Elementary School, won the prize. Their teacher is Carey Alcantar. The Adam S. Kutner Injury Attorneys team came to the school with a surprise reveal yesterday, September 21, 2023, to announce the award to the kids.


The classroom is all set with round-trip transportation to watch the Golden Knights next Wednesday, September 27, at T-Mobile Arena for their preseason home opener. Up to 75 people will get to go to the game, including the whole class, teacher, principal, assistant principal, and their plus ones. Adam S. Kutner will also attend to welcome them into the arena.

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Lucky Opportunity Village Participant Headed to Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals

Opportunity Village

LAS VEGAS (June 13, 2023) – Thanks to a generous donation from Adam Kutner, Injury Attorneys, Reggie Daniel from Opportunity Village is headed to watch the Vegas Golden Knights take on the Florida Panthers in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals tonight. Daniel’s name was drawn at random after the donation was made to Opportunity Village by Adam Kutner’s law firm.

“We are incredibly thankful to be able to offer this special experience to one of the people we serve at Opportunity Village. Reggie is a longtime member of our community and a huge sports fan, so the tickets donated by Adam Kutner were a very welcome surprise,” said Chuck Neuwohner, chief programs officer at Opportunity Village.

Daniel and his mom, Regina, will be in attendance at T-Mobile Arena during Game 5 cheering VGK on to victory. As an employee with Opportunity Village’s OV Cleans team, Daniel often works at OV’s Engelstad Campus at 6050 S. Buffalo Drive. He has been a member of the Opportunity Village community since 2009 and is an avid VGK fan.

To stay updated on all things Opportunity Village, follow along on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @OppVillageLV. To learn more about Adam Kutner, Injury Attorneys, visit


About Opportunity Village

Since 1954, Opportunity Village has been dedicated to helping people with disabilities find the very best version of themselves. Through workforce development, community employment, day services, inclusive housing, arts and social recreation, they are able to find new friends, realize future career paths, seek independence and community integration, and unleash creative passions. Opportunity Village thrives with the funding from our social enterprises, signature events and the generous philanthropy of our

donors and community partners. Together, we are successfully empowering, employing, and serving people with disabilities – positively impacting lives. For more information on Opportunity Village, visit www.opportunityvillage.or

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Recap from Game 1 and 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals

The Golden Knights and Florida Panthers clashed in an exciting showdown at T-Mobile Arena for the Stanley Cup Finals. Vegas capitalized on two first-period power plays, resulting in goals from both teams. Florida struck first with a shorthanded wrap-around goal, courtesy of an impressive effort. However, Jonathan Marchessault answered back on the man-advantage, leveling the score. The first intermission arrived with the game tied at 1-1.

Golden Knights at T Mobile Arena


The second period saw Florida pushing the pace, but Adin Hill, made a remarkable sprawling paddle save to maintain the 1-1 deadlock. Shea Theodore later showcased his skills by skillfully maneuvering the blueline and wristing in a go-ahead goal for Vegas. However, the Panthers managed to even the score with a mere 10 seconds remaining in the period, setting the stage for an intene final frame.

The third period commenced with both teams tightening their defensive play, limiting each other’s offensive chances. Seven minutes into the period, Zach Whitecloud pounced on a loose puck and gave the home team a 3-2 advantage. As the clock wound down, Mark Stone intercepted an errant puck flip and rifled it into Florida’s net, extending Vegas’ lead to two goals. Taking full advantage of a double-minor power play, the Golden Knights skillfully ate away the remaining time and sealed the victory with an empty-net goal.

With a final score of 5-2, the Golden Knights seized a 1-0 series lead over the Panthers.

In Game 2, the Golden Knights aimed to secure a two-game series advantage. The early stages of the period saw impressive saves from both goaltenders, maintaining a tight contest. At the seven-minute mark, Vegas drew a penalty, presenting Jonathan Marchessault with an opportunity on the power play, which he capitalized on. Ten minutes later, Alec Martinez flipped a puck into the net, extending Vegas’ lead to 2-0.

Moving into the second frame, the Golden Knights wasted no time further solidifying their advantage, quickly establishing a commanding 3-0 lead. Nic Roy contributed to the offensive onslaught with his second goal of the postseason. Moments later, Brett Howden dazzled with a spectacular weaving highlight reel goal, adding to the Golden Knights’ growing lead.

The third period began with an unfortunate bounce finding its way into the Vegas net, resulting in a quick goal for Florida. However, it didn’t take long for the Golden Knights to respond, as Marchessault tallied his second goal of the night. William Karlsson orchestrated a setup for Michael Amadio, who tapped the puck into the net, further increasing Vegas’ lead to 6-1. The lead was ultimately extended to 7-2 with Howden’s second goal of the night.Vegas Golden Knights Playing Hockey


With victories in both Games 1 and 2, the Golden Knights held a commanding 2-0 series advantage and were now only two wins away from claiming the Stanley Cup. The action would now shift to South Florida for the next two contests, with Game 3 scheduled for 5 PM on Thursday.

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Adam S. Kutner Injury Attorneys: Partnering with the Vegas Golden Knights to Give Back to the Community

give back to the community by organizing a remarkable giveaway that offers fans the chance to attend home games and even ride the iconic Zamboni during intermissions. Let’s delve into the inspiring story behind Adam S. Kutner’s partnership with the Vegas Golden Knights and the positive impact it has had on the community.

Supporting the Hometown Team

Adam Kutner on a zamboni at Vegas Golden Knights

As an avid sports enthusiast and a dedicated member of the Las Vegas community, Adam S. Kutner recognized the importance of supporting the city’s first major professional sports team, the Vegas Golden Knights. Since the team’s inception in 2017, Kutner has been a passionate advocate and supporter, aiming to foster a strong bond between the Golden Knights and their fans.

Tickets to Each Home Game

One of the standout aspects of the partnership between Adam S. Kutner Injury Attorneys and the Vegas Golden Knights is the annual ticket giveaway. For years, Adam S. Kutner has been providing lucky fans with the opportunity to experience the electric atmosphere at T-Mobile Arena by giving away tickets to each home game. This gesture has not only allowed dedicated fans to cheer on their beloved team but has also brought the community together, fostering a sense of unity and shared enthusiasm. Over the last 6 seasons, Adam has given away over 500 tickets to VGK home games to lucky winners on Facebook and Instagram!

Riding the Zamboni

In addition to the ticket giveaway, Adam S. Kutner has taken the fan experience to new heights by offering winners the extraordinary chance to ride the Zamboni during intermissions. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity enables fans to get up close and personal with the ice, creating unforgettable memories and solidifying their connection with the Vegas Golden Knights. Through this unique initiative, Adam S. Kutner has demonstrated his commitment to making dreams come true for local hockey enthusiasts.

Community Involvement

Beyond the thrilling giveaways, Adam S. Kutner has shown unwavering dedication to the Las Vegas community. He firmly believes in giving back and has been involved in various charitable initiatives. Kutner has consistently supported local nonprofits and organizations that work tirelessly to make a positive impact on the lives of individuals and families in need. His philanthropic endeavors extend beyond the hockey arena, reflecting his genuine desire to uplift the community and make a lasting difference. adam s kutner on a zamboni at las vegas golden knights game

Inspiring Others

Adam S. Kutner’s partnership with the Vegas Golden Knights serves as an inspiration to individuals and businesses alike. Through his commitment to community engagement and his passion for sports, he has demonstrated the power of leveraging partnerships to create meaningful experiences and leave a lasting impression on fans. By using his platform to give back, Kutner has set an example for others to follow, showcasing the importance of corporate social responsibility and community involvement. Adam S. Kutner Injury Attorneys’ partnership with the Vegas Golden Knights has become synonymous with community engagement and goodwill in Las Vegas. Through the annual ticket giveaways, once-in-a-lifetime Zamboni rides, and unwavering support for local initiatives, Adam S. Kutner has demonstrated his dedication to both the team and the community. His efforts have fostered a sense of unity among fans and inspired others to get involved and make a positive impact. With each partnership, Kutner continues to reinforce the idea that a shared love for sports and community support go hand in hand, leaving an indelible mark on the Las Vegas community and the Vegas Golden Knights franchise.

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Adam S. Kutner, Injury Attorneys, Announces Ticket Giveaway to Stanley Cup Finals

An Official Partner of the Vegas Golden Knights, winner will win two tickets to Game 5 Tuesday, June 13th at T-Mobile Arena

LAS VEGAS – Adam S. Kutner, Injury Attorneys, the leading personal injury law firm in Las Vegas and proud official partner of the Vegas Golden Knights, is excited to announce an extraordinary opportunity for hockey fans. As a gesture of appreciation to the community and their loyal supporters, the law firm will be hosting a giveaway of two tickets to the highly anticipated Stanley Cup Finals Game 5.

The Vegas Golden Knights have captured the hearts of hockey enthusiasts in Las Vegas and beyond, and Adam S. Kutner, Injury Attorneys, is thrilled to join in the excitement. The law firm has long been committed to giving back to the community and supporting local sports initiatives. This giveaway reflects their dedication to fostering community engagement and recognizing the passion of Golden Knights fans. The Stanley Cup Finals Game 5 is set to take place on Tuesday, June 13 at the spectacular T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Two lucky winners will have the incredible opportunity to witness the exhilarating action, as two of the league’s top teams compete for the ultimate glory. With an electric atmosphere, roaring crowds, and a chance to witness history in the making, this will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience for the fortunate recipients of these tickets.

“We are beyond thrilled to offer this amazing opportunity to our community,” said Adam S. Kutner, President and Founder of Adam S. Kutner, Injury Attorneys. “Las Vegas has shown unwavering support for the Vegas Golden Knights, and we are proud to be a part of this incredible journey as an official partner since the team’s inaugural season. This giveaway, and every giveaway we have done since season one, is our way of expressing gratitude to the fans who have made it all possible.” To participate in the giveaway, fans can visit any of Adam’s social media pages of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to register to win with additional information on the official website of Adam S. Kutner, Injury Attorneys, at There, they will be taken to a simple entry form that requires basic information. The giveaway will run now until June 11, 2023, at 11:59 p.m., giving fans ample time to enter for a chance to win this coveted prize. For all official giveaway rules and information, click here.

The winners will be selected randomly from all eligible entries and will be announced on June 12, 2023. They will receive two tickets to the Stanley Cup Finals Game 5, allowing them to witness the thrilling action firsthand and create memories that will last a lifetime. Adam S. Kutner, Injury Attorneys has celebrated 5 years as an official partner of the Vegas Golden Knights, giving away tickets to almost every season game since the team first took to the ice with the #adamkutnerpowerplay which continuously trends on Twitter during each game. Now that the Knights are in the Stanley Cup Finals, Adam Kutner has continued the tradition having given away pairs of tickets to Game 1 and Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Now go and register to win! Go Knights Go! For more information on giveaways and trusted expert personal injury legal needs, visit and follow Adam S. Kutner, Injury Attorneys for future giveaways on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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Vegas Golden Knights vs San Jose Sharks 4-24-2022


The Golden Knights allowed the opening goal for the sixth straight game giving the Sharks the first lead. Minutes later Chandler Stephenson evened the score 1-1 with a power play goal.

Max Pacioretty gave Vegas their first lead of the contest 7:46 into the middle frame. At the midway point of the period William Carrier buried a one time pass from Keegan Kolesar to extend the Golden Knights advantage 3-1. The Sharks scored late in the period to get within one.

Nic Roy stretched the Golden Knights lead 6:35 into the final 20 minutes. Shockingly, the Sharks were able to even the score and force overtime. Vegas eventually lost in a shootout missing out on a very important point.

The Golden Knights record improves to 42-31-6 falling to the Sharks 5-4 in shootouts. Vegas picks up only one point and trail Dallas by three points for the final Wild Card position. The Golden Knights travel to Dallas for the biggest game of the season on Tuesday night. Puck drop against the Stars is set for 5 PM.

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Vegas Golden Knights vs Washington Capitals 4-20-2022


The Golden Knights gave up the first goal to the Capitals but quickly responded. Alec Martinez tied the game later in the period to make it 1-1 after the opening 20 minutes. After one, Robin Lehner was pulled in favor of Logan Thompson.

Alex Ovechkin scored the only goal of the 2nd period to give Washington a 2-1 advantage after 40 minutes.

Quickly in the 3rd period Evgenii Dadonov tied the game with his 20th goal of the season. Less than a minute later Chandler Stephenson gave Vegas the lead with a power play goal. Late in the period Washington tied the game 3-3 and forced overtime. 

Known for his dramatics, Shea Theodore scored on beautiful individual play to win the game in overtime.

The Golden Knights record improves to 42-31-5 defeating the Capitals 4-3 at home. Vegas picks up two points and trails Dallas by two points for the final Wild Card position. The Golden Knights get a chance to add another two on Sunday night against San Jose. Puck drop for another must win game is set for 7 PM.

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Vegas Golden Knights vs Vancouver Canucks 4-6-2022


The Golden Knights looked to continue their win streak by hosting divisional rival Vancouver Canucks. Vegas center Jack Eichel gave his team the first lead of the game with his 10th as a Golden Knight. Vancouver responded four minutes later with two goals in a :17 second span. After twenty minutes the visitors held a 2-1 edge.

The Canucks offense continued to push the pace in the 2nd period pressuring the Golden Knights’ defense. Vancouver added two goals to their lead and took a 4-1 advantage into the second intermission.

Quickly into the final period the Golden Knights committed another costly penalty that the Canucks took advantage of. Vancouver stretched their lead to 5-1 scoring their second power play goal of the game.

The Golden Knights record drops to 39-29-4 losing 5-1 to the Canucks. Vegas ends their five game win streak and miss out on an important two points. The players will get a chance to rebound on Saturday night against the Arizona Coyotes. Puck drop is set for 7 PM.

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Vegas Golden Knights vs Nashville Predators 3-24-2022


The Golden Knights hosted the Nashville Predators looking to snap their two game losing streak. Vegas didn’t take long to generate offense. Mattias Janmark gave his team a 1-0 edge 1:31 into the game. Later in the period Nic Roy doubled Vegas’ lead with his 13th goal of the season. 

Evgenii Dadonov gave the Golden Knights a 3-0 advantage in his first game back in the lineup. Nashville got within two but Jack Eichel responded with his sixth of the season. All three 2nd period tallies were power play goals.

Leading 4-1 the Golden Knights defended well limiting the Predators chances on net. Vegas’ Chandler Stephenson took a one-time pass from Eichel on the power play to score the Golden Knights third man-advantage goal of the night. Late in the game Alex Pietrangelo tapped in VGK’s sixth goal of the game. 

The Golden Knights record improves to 35-28-4 dropping the Predators 6-1. Vegas will play a matinee on Saturday against the Chicago Blackhawks. Puck drop against Chicago is set for 12 PM.

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Vegas Golden Knights vs Florida Panthers 3-17-2022


The Golden Knights were back home to face the Florida Panthers trying to break their five game losing streak. Florida took the first lead of the game eight minutes in to the non-conference matchup. Vegas held together and created several quality opportunities which Brett Howden took advantage of. The 23-year-old forward made a nifty move scoring his sixth of the season. 

The Golden Knights broke the tie early in the middle period from the help of Evgenii Dadonov. The 33-year-old scored twice in the middle frame to stretch Vegas’ lead to 3-1. Florida scored late in the period to climb within one. 

Florida tied the game with a mid-period power play but Vegas would quickly respond. Nic Roy regained the Golden Knights lead :57 second later with his 12th goal of the season. Vegas fought off several attacks from Florida in the final minutes and sealed their victory with an empty net goal from William Karlsson. 

The Golden Knights break their losing streak  and improve their record to 33-26-4 defeating the Panthers 5-3. Vegas will get a chance to get back to back wins on Saturday against LA. Puck drop for an important divisional game is set for 1 PM.

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