Tom’s Daily: The Vegas Golden Knights and Colorado Avalanche will play outdoors at Lake Tahoe tomorrow afternoon in a huge game; VGK fans petition to ban gold helmets; Avs get Calvert back, Miska’s false positive; How NBC is going to make the Lake Tahoe games as unique as possible; more.
The Vegas Golden Knights and Colorado Avalanche will play outdoors at Lake Tahoe tomorrow, and while the setting will be fantastic, Danny Webster says don’t look past the important two points at stake. (VegasHockeyNow)
Last week we asked you how you felt about the gold helmets. This week, you spoke loudly about it. Vegas Golden Knights fans have put together a petition to get rid of the gold helmets. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Colorado Avalanche get Matt Calvert back to practice on the eve of the Lake Tahoe game, and Hunter Miska’s positive COVID-19 test results were a false positive.. (ColoradoHockeyNow)
As of right now the Vegas Golden Knights and Colorado Avalanche are still at the scheduled time tomorrow at Lake Tahoe, but Sunday’s Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers game has been pushed up because direct sunshine might affect ice conditions in a negative way. Also half the Philadelphia Flyers are missing from the lineup. (ESPN)
David Krejci was knocked out of the Boston Bruins game last night. Not good for B’s fans. (BostonHockeyNow)
The broadcast geek in me really loves articles like this one. Here’s an inside look at how NBC Sports will try to make the Lake Tahoe games ‘as unique as it gets’. (USA Today)
Speaking of NHL broadcasts, the rights are coming up for renewal, and NBC has announced it will shutter NBC Sports within a year. So what happens now? The latest on where the NHL may be looking. (New York Post)