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Golden Knights Wrap: Retirements, and How to Watch Preseason Games

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Training camp starts tomorrow for the Vegas Golden Knights. With it, the VGK will play seven preseason hockey games to get ready for the 2022-23 NHL regular season. If you are looking to watch some of these preseason games, you are in luck, as the Golden Knights have teamed up with KTNV Channel 13 to broadcast six preseason games. AT&T Sportsnet will have the seventh game

You can also listen to all games on the radio on the Vegas Golden Knights Radio Network, with FOX Sports Las Vegas (98.9 FM/1340 AM). Here’s the schedule.

Golden Knights Preseason TV Schedule

  • Sun, Sept. 25 at Colorado 6 p.m. PT KTNV Channel 13
  • Mon, Sept. 26 vs. Los Angeles 7 p.m. PT AT&T SportsNet
  • Wed, Sept. 28 vs. Colorado 7 p.m. PT KTNV Channel 13
  • Fri, Sept. 30 vs. San Jose 7 p.m. PT KTNV Channel 13
  • Tue, Oct. 4 vs. Arizona 7 p.m. PT KTNV Channel 13
  • Thu, Oct. 6 Los Angeles (in Salt Lake City) 6 p.m. PT KTNV Channel 13
  • Sat, Oct. 8 Arizona (in Boise, ID) 5 p.m. PT KTNV Channel 13

Vegas Golden Knights

Injury Update: It looks like Nolan Patrick will not be able to play this upcoming season.

Pacific Division: Our Pacific Division outlook series is complete. With the Golden Knights missing the playoffs last season, we’ve got you covered on keeping tabs with the; San Jose Sharks, Edmonton OilersSeattle KrakenLos Angeles KingsVancouver Canucks, Anaheim Ducks, and Calgary Flames.

San Jose: Miss any of the Golden Knights rookie camp scrimmages?

Here’s who stood out in games against the Arizona Coyotes, Los Angeles Kings, and Anaheim Ducks.

One of the most impressive players was Kaedan Korczak, who is eyeing down a roster spot this season.

Sportsnet: An update on all remaining RFAs, including Nicolas Hague.

NHL News, Retirements, and National Hockey Now

Boston: After 24 years in the NHL and at age 45, Zdeno Chara has retired from the game of hockey.

Florida: Keith Yandle also hung up the skates on Tuesday and announced his retirement.

Montreal: Finally, PK Subban marked the third veteran NHL defenseman to retire on Tuesday.

Philly: Sean Couturier is now out for the Philadelphia Flyers. How tough of a blow is this?

Dallas: The Dallas Stars made a trade yesterday, and our newest site, Dallas Hockey Now, is on it.

Edmonton: The Edmonton Oilers have brought in Jason Demers and Jake Virtanen on PTOs.

Colorado: How has Evan Rodrigues looked so far with the Colorado Avalanche?

San Jose: Who is going to play alongside Logan Couture this season for the San Jose Sharks?

Calgary: The Calgary Flames have brought in Sonny Milano to a low-risk professional tryout agreement.

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Owen Krepps covers the Vegas Golden Knights for Vegas Hockey Now. A 2022 Robert Morris University graduate, he has previously written for RMU Sentry Media, Colonial Sports Network, The Titusville Herald, Pittsburgh Sports Now, and Pittsburgh Hockey Now.

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