Las Vegas Stand

By on February 13, 2018


The Las Vegas Golden Knights’ first year in existence could be a feel good script right out of Hollywood.  An expansion team, which is a term to be used loosely, the Knights are anything but.   

A little over a week before the major professional sports debut, the NHL debut, the Golden Knights debut… in Las Vegas, the tragic night of October 1st, 2017 took place.  The infamous Las Vegas shooting and just ten days later the Las Vegas Golden Knights opened the first regular season game in Las Vegas. The ceremony,  a tearful tribute to the victims and honoring the first responders, a first class presentation that had the Knights winners if they stopped there… but no….  this team is a beast in the National Hockey League.  

The “Sin City” Golden  Knights are perched atop the Western Conference with 76 points heading into the a stretch where the next 8 of 9 games are right in Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena.   

The Philadelphia Flyers won the first one Sunday, but yet to come to “Sin City” from now until February 27th the Chicago Blackhawks, Edmonton Oilers, Montreal Canadiens, Anaheim Ducks, Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks and the LA Kings. 

 It’s Vegas after all and if you are thinking about placing some wagers on the this Las Vegas Golden Knights home stand  I’d advise you to read this guide, which list most of the common questions people usually have. Such as how to choose and sign up to the top reviewed sportsbooks and a basic understanding on how to read and make bets among others.


The City of Brotherly Love,  which is also flying high with the first ever Super Bowl championship by the Philadelphia Eagles which pushed an adrenaline rush flying through the city and is pouring over for their beloved Flyers.

In the NHL the Philadelphia Flyers have been pouring it on lately,  winning 17 of their last 27 games including 8 of 9 from January 4th through January 23rd.  The Super Bowl 

The Flyers stormed into T-Mobile Arena ruining the commencement of the home-stand by a score of 4-1 Sunday night on the NBC Sports national telecast hi-lighted by Flyers goalie Michal Neuvirth’s 38 saves.   

How will the Knights do on the rest of the home-stand?  It’s Vegas baby, remember, what are the odds they pick ups some wins?

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