It’s always a bad look when a team has their own jerseys thrown on the ice. Saturday night it happened in Vancouver with Canucks fans getting upset that they remain the only team without a win two weeks into the NHL season.
Here’s your daily dose of Vegas Golden Knights and NHL news.
More to come from VHN today. Stay tuned.
Vegas Golden Knights
T-Mobile: Your recap of the Golden Knight’s 3-2 loss Saturday night to the Colorado Avalanche.
The Press Room: Takeaways from the Golden Knights loss & what head coach Bruce Cassidy had to say.
Salary Cap: How can the Vegas Golden Knights benefit from the projected NHL salary cap increase?
The 90s: If the Golden Knights had a team in the 1990s, who would be on it?
ICYMI: The Golden Knights and the rest of the NHL revealed their reverse retro jerseys from Adidas.
Clip of the Day: The Vancouver Canucks seem to be losing some of their fans. As the only team left without a win in the 2022-23 season, Canucks fans threw two jerseys on the ice after Vancouver lost to the Buffalo Sabres at Rogers Arena.
Either a fan threw a jersey on the ice or the Canucks just drafted this guy from the penalty box crew pic.twitter.com/wt8dS0R8ZT
— ًًً (@twistedleafs) October 23, 2022
NHL News and National Hockey Now
Pittsburgh: In Jake Guentzel’s absence, Danton Heinen has been solid with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Boston: The Boston Bruins honored their longtime captain, Zdeno Chara, Saturday night.
Florida: Now back in the NHL with a new contract, Eric Staal is looking to help the Florida Panthers.
Philly: The Philadelphia Flyers are welcoming back Oskar Lindblom, a cancer survivor and Flyers hero.
Washington: ‘Were not old,’ says Washington Capitals forward Marcus Johansson.
Montreal: Arber ‘wifi’ Xhekaj scored his first NHL goal Saturday for the Montreal Canadiens.
Dallas: Under Peter DeBoer, the Dallas Stars have officially had their best start since the 2006.