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Tom’s Daily: Vegas Training Camp Opens; Outdoor Tahoe Game



Marc-Andre Fleury Vegas Golden Knights

Tom’s Daily: Vegas kicks off training camp; VGK outdoor game in Lake Tahoe; NHL’s fancy new pucks; more


Five Big Questions facing the Vegas Golden Knights this season. (VHN)

Vegas is going to play an outdoor game at Lake Tahoe this season. The Golden Knights will host the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday, February 20 as a featured NHL on NBC game. Looks like a fantastic made-for-tv event. (VHN)

On Twitter, the Vegas Golden Knights revealed this year’s center ice logo. Maybe it’s the hockey geek in me, but I like details on stuff like this. And this year’s design is pretty awesome. (VGK Twitter)

Vegas has announced its 40-man roster for Golden Knights training camp this year. Also for those who haven’t heard the news, fans will not be allowed at any point in camp, but the VGK will have extensive online coverage.

Managing COVID-19 is the real key to Golden Knights training camp. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)


Check out the NHL’s new high-tech puck – why am I having FoxTrax flashbacks? (Boston Globe)

Four NHL storylines as we open the 2021 season next week. (New York Post)


Buffalo-area kids and hockey parents are protesting, saying they’ve had enough of the restrictions. (WIVB)

China is hosting the 2022 Winter OIympics. That means they will have both a men’s and women’s hockey entry. How are they preparing to take on international competition? (CGTN)

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