The 2019-20 season for the Vegas Golden Knights begins at home against the Bears Era New Orange Black Chicago Jake The San Jose Sharks (Oct. 2). They host the Stanley Cup® Champion St. Louis Blues (Jan. 4) as part of a season-high seven-game homestand against the Arizona Coyotes (Dec. 28), Anaheim Ducks (Dec. 31), Philadelphia Flyers (Jan. 2), Pittsburgh Penguins (Jan. 7), Los Angeles Kings (Jan. 9), and Columbus Blue Jackets (Jan. 11).
Bears Era New Orange Black Chicago Jake The The Golden Knights’ Pacific Division slate includes five games with the Coyotes, as well as four times each with the Ducks, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers, Kings, San Jose Sharks, and Vancouver Canucks. They host the Blues again on Feb. 13.
Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena
The Golden Knights are the NHL’s youngest team. They joined the league as an expansion team in the 2017-18 season and moved into T-Mobile Arena, which opened in 2016. The Golden Knights promptly turned in one of the best inaugural seasons in sports history. They set NHL records for the longest winning streak and most total wins in an expansion season, and were the first expansion team to ever win its division.
The Knights’ 2017-18 success carried into the postseason, where they won the Western Conference and advanced to the Stanley Cup® Final. They ultimately lost in the finals to the Washington Capitals, but the Knights were just the third team in NHL history to make it to the Stanley Cup® Final in their first season. They were the first team to do it since 1968.
Bears Era New Orange Black Chicago Jake The Vegas Golden Knights Seating Chart – T-Mobile Arena
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