Our beloved Vegas Golden Knights are back, and once again the 2021 playoffs are phenomenal!
The Knights are now in the third round of playoffs, the Stanley Cup Semifinals, and are leading the Montreal Canadiens! Don’t miss the Golden Knights as they continue their great run!
Playoff seats at the fortress are first offered to season ticket holders then opened up to the general public. Even with full capacity, the tickets are selling fast so make sure you sign up for their emails and find out when they go on sale.
The Golden Knights and Montreal Canadiens played Game 1 at T-Mobile Arena on Monday, June 14 and Game 2 is scheduled for Wednesday, June 16 at 6 p.m. PT, with additional games in Vegas scheduled for Tuesday, June 22 at 6 p.m. PT and Saturday, June 26 at 5 p.m. PT, if necessary.
A series of presales began on Friday, June 11. Single-game tickets for the general public are also on sale now. Fans can visit this link to purchase tickets.
The Vegas Golden Knights received three goals from defensemen in a 4-1 victory against the Montreal Canadiens in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Semifinals on Monday night at T-Mobile Arena.
This playoff win marked Vegas’ fifth consecutive victory as the Golden Knights have not lost since Game 2 against Colorado.
The Golden Knights and Canadiens continue their third round series Wednesday at 6 p.m. at T-Mobile Arena. Catch Game 2 on NBCSN, FOX Sports Las Vegas 98.9/1340 and Deportes Vegas 1460.
Vegas Golden Knights 2021 Season
The Golden Knights opened the season at home against the Anaheim Ducks at T-Mobile Arena on Thursday, Jan 14 and went 4-0 to start the season. As much as we would love to be there to cheer the Golden Knights on, fans are not permitted to attend the games at T-Mobile Arena at this time.
The Golden Knights 56-game schedule will feature division only opponents during the regular season and Vegas will face each team in the division a total of eight times during the year. Please see the schedule of games below for opponents, dates, and times.
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain will broadcast 51 games during the 2020-21 regular season. The network will carry a live 30-minute pregame show and a postgame show for each of the games. Fans can tune in to watch with live commentary from Dave Goucher, Shane Hnidy, Stormy Buonantony, Gary Lawless, Daren Millard and Mike McKenna. We have DirecTV and watch the games on channel 684.
The full Golden Knights regular season schedule is as follows:
Thurs. Jan. 14 vs. Anaheim: 7 p.m. – W
Sat. Jan 16 vs. Anaheim – W
Mon. Jan. 18 vs. Arizona: 7 p.m. – W
Wed. Jan. 20 vs. Arizona: 7 p.m. – W
Fri. Jan. 22 at Arizona: 7 p.m. – L
Sun. Jan. 24 at Arizona: 2 p.m. – W
Tues. Jan. 26 vs. St. Louis: 6 p.m. – L OT
Thurs. Jan. 28 vs. St. Louis: 6 p.m.- postponed
Mon. Feb. 1 at San Jose: 7:30 p.m.- postponed
Wed. Feb. 3 at San Jose: 7:30 p.m. -postponed
Fri. Feb. 5 vs. Los Angeles: 7 p.m. – W
Sun. Feb. 7 vs. Los Angeles: 12 p.m. – W
Tue. Feb. 9 vs. Anaheim: 7 p.m. – W
Thurs. Feb. 11 vs. Anaheim: 7 p.m. – L
Sat. Feb. 13 vs. San Jose: – W
Sun. Feb. 14 vs. Colorado: 4 p.m. – W
Tues. Feb. 16 vs. Colorado: 7 p.m.- L
Sat. Feb. 20 at Colorado: 12 p.m.Lake Tahoe- L
Mon. Feb. 22 at Colorado: 7 p.m. -W
Thurs. Feb. 25 at San Jose: 7:30pm- postponed
Fri. Feb. 26 at Anaheim: 7 p.m.- Postponed as of now
Sat. Feb. 27 at Anaheim: 7 p.m. W/ OT
Mon. March 1 vs. Minnesota: 7 p.m.- W/OT
Wed. March 3 vs. Minnesota: 7 p.m. -W
Fri. March 5 at San Jose: 7:30 p.m. – W/OT
Sat. March 6 at San Jose: 7:30 p.m. -W
Mon. March 8 at Minnesota: 7 p.m. – L
Wed. March 10 at Minnesota: 6 p.m. -L
Fri. March 12 at St. Louis: 7 p.m. -W/OT
Sat. March 13 at St. Louis: 7 p.m. – W
Mon. March 15 vs. San Jose: 7 p.m. -W
Wed. March 17 vs. San Jose: 7 p.m.-W
Fri. March 19 at Los Angeles: 7 p.m.- W
Sun. March 21 at Los Angeles: 3 p.m. – L
Thurs. March 25 at Colorado: 7 p.m. – L
Sat. March 27 at Colorado: 1 p.m. -W/OT
Mon. March 29 vs. Los Angeles: 7 p.m.- W
Wed. March 31 vs. Los Angeles: 7 p.m. -L
Thurs. April 1 vs. Minnesota: 7 p.m. -L
Sat. April 3 vs. Minnesota: 6 p.m.-L
Mon. April 5 at St. Louis: 7 p.m.-W
Wed. April 7 at St. Louis: 8 p.m.-L
Fri. April 9 vs. Arizona: 7 p.m.- W
Sun. April 11 vs. Arizona: 1 p.m.- W
Mon. April 12 at Los Angeles: 7 p.m.- W
Wed. April 14 at Los Angeles: 5 p.m.- W
Fri. April 16 at Anaheim: 7 p.m.- W
Sun. April 18 at Anaheim: 1 p.m. – W
Mon. April 19 vs. San Jose: 7 p.m.- W (SO)
Wed. April 21 vs. San Jose: 6:30 p.m. -W
Sat. April 24 vs. Anaheim: 6:00p.m.- W
Wed. April 28 vs. Colorado: 6:30 p.m. -W
Fri. April 30 at Arizona: 7 p.m. -L
Sat. May 1 at Arizona: 7 p.m. -W (OT)
Mon. May 3 at Minnesota: 7 p.m. -L
Wed. May 5 at Minnesota: 7 p.m. -W (OT)
Fri. May 7 vs. St. Louis: 7 p.m. -W (OT)
Sat. May 8 vs. St. Louis: 7 p.m.-W
Mon. May 10 vs. Colorado: 7 p.m.-L
Wed. May 12 vs. San Jose: 6 p.m.-W
Marc-Andre Fleury‘s 490th career win on May 5th put him ahead of Roberto Luongo and gave him sole possession of third on the all-time wins list. Fleury is among the three finalists for the 2020-21 Vezina Trophy, which is awarded to the NHL’s top goaltender. Philipp Grubauer of the Colorado Avalanche and Andrei Vasilevskiy of the Tampa Bay Lightning were also recognized as finalists. It is the first time in his 17-year career that Fleury has been recognized as a finalist for the Vezina Trophy.
See the full practice schedule as well as the numerical and alphabetical rosters here. Please keep in mind, the practice schedule, as well as the roster are subject to change.
Mark your calendars, and get ready to cheer on your Vegas Golden Knights as they bring winning NHL hockey back to the desert! Go Knights Go! Check them out on Facebook, or follow them on ESPN.com. See the schedule link above for local broadcast information.