President Biden honored the Stanley Cup champion Vegas Golden Knights in a ceremony at the White House, marking the return of an NHL tradition.
Vegas’ run was highlighted by several outstanding performances, including Jonathan Marchessault, who was named the Conn Smythe Trophy winner.
Karlsson and the Golden Knights are headed to the Stanley Cup Final for the second time in six years.
Stephenson finished the regular season with a career-best 65 points.
If there was a national championship for this board game, Paul Cotter has a chance at gold.
Throughout the month of February, numerous teams celebrated Black History month in various ways.
Thompson’s nomadic journey to an NHL life is a story of inspiration, perseverance and patience.
Kessel celebrated his milestone night by scoring his first goal since joining Vegas this season and the 400th of his career.
Roy set NHL career-high marks last season, netting 39 points, including 15 goals.
Heading into his eighth NHL season, Marchessault has become a respected teammate who constantly pushes himself to elevate his game.
The San Jose Sharks have traded goalie Adin Hill to the division rival Vegas Golden Knights for a 2024 fourth-round pick.
Kessel has appeared in 982 consecutive NHL games, the longest active streak, and is seven away from tying Keith Yandle’s record of 989.
Vegas Golden Knights goalie Robin Lehner will require hip surgery and is expected to miss the upcoming season.
Shea Weber has played his final game in a Montreal Canadiens' sweater. And maybe his last game in the NHL.
Cassidy becomes the Golden Knights’ third coach and replaces Peter DeBoer.
The Vegas Golden Knights fired coach Peter DeBoer in the aftermath of missing the playoffs for the first time in their franchise history.
Golden Knights starting goaltender Robin Lehner will undergo shoulder surgery and miss the remainder of the season.
Taking an unconventional path to the NHL, Logan Thompson has his dream realized with the Vegas Golden Knights.
You won't find Mark Stone eating sour candies anytime soon.
Approaching 700 NHL games, Vegas Golden Knights defenceman Alec Martinez reflects on his roots.