The Vegas Golden Knights are on their first road trip. Before their inaugural season opens Oct. 6, staffers are taking a bus tour of Idaho, Montana and Utah, where their games will be televised on AT&T SportsNet. They are holding public events this week including visits from owner Bill Foley, coach Gerard Gallant and players. The tour began Tuesday in Coeur d'Alene Idaho, and will finish Saturday in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Panthers defensemen Alex Petrovic and Ian McCoshen will be the head instructors. They'll be joined by vice president of business operations Shawn Thornton and vice president of broadcasting and alumni Randy Moller. It's the first time an NHL team will host an ice hockey clinic in a Caribbean island nation. Children ages 5-14 will participate at Icetopia Skating Rink.
We might be in northwestern Montana, in a logging-turned-resort town more than 1,000 miles from Las Vegas, but Bradford Thompson knows his hockey and his Vegas Golden Knights, the NHL expansion team about to open its inaugural season. So does his buddy Birney Grantz. WHITEFISH, Mont. -- The boy walked up to the player in the lobby of the Stumptown Ice Den. And they'll know them even better after a hockey clinic Wednesday as part of the Vegas Golden Knights Road Trip.
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