Vegas Golden Knights

The Vegas Golden Knights are a professional ice hockey team based in the Las Vegas metropolitan area. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Pacific Division in the Western Conference. Founded in 2017 as an expansion team, the Golden Knights are the first major sports franchise to represent Las Vegas. The team is owned by Black Knight Sports & Entertainment, a consortium led by Bill Foley and the Maloof family.[5] Their home games are played at T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.[6]

Vegas Golden Knights
2021–22 Vegas Golden Knights season
HistoryVegas Golden Knights
Home arenaT-Mobile Arena
CityParadise, Nevada
ColorsSteel grey, gold, red, black[1][2]
MediaAT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain West (TV)
KKGK (Fox Sports 1340/98.9) (English radio)
KENO (Deportes Vegas 1460) (Spanish radio)
Owner(s)Black Knight Sports and Entertainment (Bill Foley (70%)
Maloof family (30%)[3][4]
General managerKelly McCrimmon
Head coachPeter DeBoer
CaptainMark Stone
Minor league affiliatesHenderson Silver Knights (AHL)
Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL)
Stanley Cups0
Conference championships1 (2017–18)
Presidents' Trophy0
Division championships2 (2017–18, 2019–20)

One of the few expansion franchises to experience immediate success, the Golden Knights have qualified for the Stanley Cup playoffs in all four of their seasons and reached the Stanley Cup Finals in their first. Their 13 playoff wins en route to the 2018 Stanley Cup Finals are the most for a team during their inaugural postseason run.