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    Interesting side note about the newly minted Vegas roster. Of their 31 contracts, 19 expire at the end of next season (10 UFA, 9 RFA)

    Add to that Vegas currently holds 28 draft picks over the next 3 years (14 in the first 3 RDs) puts them in a good position moving forward. (before today's moves)

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    Trading van Riemsdyk to the Canes nets them another 2017 pick. They now own 13 picks (6 in the first two RDs) in this weekends draft

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jasmine View Post
      Trading van Riemsdyk to the Canes nets them another 2017 pick. They now own 13 picks (6 in the first two RDs) in this weekends draft
      Wow, can't wait to see what they do with them!

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      • #4
        Opening faceoff of the first Golden Knights home game (preseason):

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        • #5
          After a 2-0-0 start, the Golden Knights are leading 3-0 for their home opener

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          • #6
            Now 4-0 with a PP goal from Neal.

            He already has 5 goals in 3 games.

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            • #7
              DEVELOPING: Golden Knights allow Vadim Shipachyov’s agent to talk to other #NHL teams about a trade - TSN on Twitter

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              • #8
                The question of the season was when will the Golden Knights fall off? Well, after Game 33 (40% of their season), they sit 1st in the West, 2nd in the league with a 22-9-2 record. Last night they beat Tampa with 3 seconds left.

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                • #9
                  Honestly, I chalk a lot of it up to Gerard Gallant. I don't even think that McPhee drafted the best possible team he could have, so imagine what Gallant could have done with an even stronger lineup. I never understood why he was let go in Florida, and they've never really played as well as a team since he left.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Josh View Post
                    Honestly, I chalk a lot of it up to Gerard Gallant. I don't even think that McPhee drafted the best possible team he could have, so imagine what Gallant could have done with an even stronger lineup. I never understood why he was let go in Florida, and they've never really played as well as a team since he left.
                    He's been a great coach, but it's remarkable a team of castaways with no prior experience playing with each other are doing so well. The parity in the league right now is pretty crazy.

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