Tons of news today regarding the Vegas Golden Knights, the National Hockey League, and the greater hockey world.
Vegas Golden Knights
Detroit: The Golden Knights defeated the Detroit Red Wings Saturday night 4-1, but lost Jack Eichel to injury.
Boston: As the team gets set for the Boston Bruins on Monday, Bruce Cassidy states that Eichel will be a game-time decision.
Vegas: Alex Pietrangelo remains out for the Golden Knights due to personal reasons. The Golden Knights have had to adjust their defense without their top producer in time on ice from the back end. Daniil Miromanov got a shot against the Red Wings and looked solid in his season debut.
Clip of the Day: Jonas Rondbjerg scored the Lucky Launch goal Saturday night for the Henderson Silver Knights in their 3-2 loss against the Coachella Valley Firebirds. Essentially a Teddy Bear Toss rebranded, this traditional hockey event raises money and donates stuffed animals to Toys for Tots, the Salvation Army, and the Equality Center. Fans throw teddy bears on the ice after the home team's first goal is scored.
so many teddy bears, one video was not NEARLY enough! pic.twitter.com/PFCSXLNuCl
— Henderson Silver Knights (@HSKnights) December 4, 2022
NHL News, Trade Rumors, and National Hockey Now
Boston: The Golden Knight's next opponent, the Boston Bruins, have still not lost a game at home this season. They are 14-0 at TD Garden.
Pittsburgh: Jordan Binnington is mad again, going after Jason Zucker this time. Zucker got the last laugh with a goal and a win.
"It's got to stop. It doesn't help anything," St. Louis coach Craig Berube said postgame. "Just play goal, stop the puck."
New York: Speaking of repeat offenders at it again, here's another questionable hit from Jacob Trouba.
Vancouver: The Vancouver Canucks have reportedly given Brock Boeser permission to talk with other teams regarding a potential trade.
Thatcher Demko is also now out for six weeks for the Canucks.
Toronto: Mitch Marner has set a new Toronto Maple Leafs record with points in 19 straight games.
Dallas: Jason Robertson is not far behind Marner with an 18-game point streak himself with the Dallas Stars.