LAS VEGAS, May 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Attorney Adam S. Kutner is giving away four free tickets to every Vegas Golden Knights home game to bolster support for the team as they head to the finals. The winners not only get the chance to watch Las Vegas’ first professional sports team make history, but they also get the opportunity to ride across the ice at T-Mobile Arena on the Zamboni. Tickets to see the Golden Knights at home games will be given away for as long as they continue their quest for the championship trophy.
The crowd was loud, the lights were bright, and the Golden Knights depth players came out to shine. The final stage began last night at the T-Mobile Arena. The game started off with two teams playing conservative playoff hockey.
After Washington committed an offensive zone penalty the Golden Knights took advantage midway through the first period. Defenseman Colin Miller shot a laser through traffic and past Capitals goaltender Brayden Holtby. This was a prototypical set up and score on the Power Play for Miller.
Like they’ve done ten times this postseason, Vegas took the early 1-0 lead 2:25 in the first period of Game 4. William Karlsson scored his sixth goal of the playoffs on an early power play. The Golden Knights took a one goal lead into the first intermission.
The Jets got one back in the second on a power-play goal by Patrick Laine. However, the game was only tied for 43 seconds as Tomas Nosek regained the lead 2-1.
Vegas forward Jonathan Marchessault is a man on fire. After a two-goal performance in Game 2, #81 led Game 3 with a first period backhanded beauty. After twenty minutes of play, the Golden Knights led Winnipeg 1-0.
Winnipeg broke through in the second with a Mark Scheifele deflection in front of Marc-Andre Fleury giving the Jets life. However, James Neal scored 0:12 seconds later to regain the lead.
The Viva La Family Festival originally began in Sacramento, CA in hopes to build an awareness, understanding, and appreciation of Latino cultures, customs, and traditions. Now the event has spread across the United States and has been held in numerous cities. Their latest event took place at the Horseman’s Park in Las Vegas, NV this past weekend.
The Vegas Golden Knights jumped out to a 2-0 lead with just over half of the game left. San Jose’s Brent Burns scored a quick power-play goal making it 2-1, breathing some life into the desperate Sharks.
Minutes later, San Jose took advantage of uncharacteristic mistakes and penalties by Vegas. The Sharks took the lead 3-2 heading into the third period.
The Vegas Golden Knights kicked off the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs against their Pacific division rivals, the San Jose Sharks.
The Knights were 3-1 against the Sharks during the regular season. However, each game was extremely close having been decided within two points.
The Vegas Golden Knights have continued to cross off every achievement attainable in their historic inaugural season.
This past Saturday, they have reached another major milestone in clinching the Pacific Division title against the San Jose Sharks.
In their second to last home game, the Vegas Golden Knights look to get closer to the Pacific division title as they face the St. Louis Blues.
The Blues currently hold the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference. As for the Knights, if they win the game, they will be one point away from the title.