George McPhee is happy to talk about the Vegas Golden Knights, the team he built over the last year that now sits four wins from an improbable Stanley Cup. But his old club? The one that stands in the way? Not so much. As the Knights prepare to host the..
by: Daniel Wagner — Pass it to Bulis 25 May
If you were worried about whether Elias Pettersson would sign with the Canucks this off-season, you can breathe again. On Friday, Pettersson put pen to paper on a three-year entry-level contract.
by: Mike Johnston — Sportsnet 25 May
Mats Sundin is among the greatest players in NHL history to never win a Stanley Cup. That's one reason why he'd be happy if Capitals star Alex Ovechkin won it all this year.
The Peerless Prognosticator Brings You: The 2018 Stanley Cup Final, Washington Capitals vs. Vegas Golden Knights
by: email@example.com (The Peerless) — The Peerless Prognosticator 25 May
The Peerless Prognosticator is ON THE AIR!!! On Monday night, two teams that have never won a Stanley Cup will embark on what cou...
by: Dave Lozo — Vice Sports 25 May
We break down a bunch of key categories to help neutral fans determine who to cheer for to win the Cup.
by: Josh Wegman — The Score 25 May
Vegas Golden Knights general manager George McPhee should be an awfully proud man.Not only is McPhee primed to win GM of the year - and go down in history - for being the architect of the best expansion team in any sport, but he's also largely...
Capitals cornerstones Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom are Stanley Cup finalists — and ‘all it took was 11 years’
by: Washington Post — National Post 25 May
They've been partners in playoff heartbreak for a decade, so both seemed to understand that they should share in their post-season joy together
by: Chris Ryan | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com — NJ.com 25 May
The 2018 Stanley Cup Final will be between Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom, John Carlson, Braden Holtby and the Washington Capitals, against Marc-Andre Fleury, William Karlsson, Jonathan Marchessault and the Vegas Golden Knights. Both teams will be...
by: NBC Sports Washington — Yahoo Sports 25 May
The Caps sit just four wins away from the first Stanley Cup in franchise history, but George McPhee's Golden Knights stand in the way.
by: Dan Wolken, USA TODAY Sports — The Arizona Republic 25 May
Many established hockey fans seem to be upset that Vegas was able to make the Stanley Cup Finals in Year 1. But why? This is good for the league.