Golden Knights roster unveiled at Expansion Draft

Marc-Andre Fleury from Penguins, Nate Schmidt from Capitals complete list of 30 selections

by Dan Rosen @DRosenNHL / Senior Writer

June 21st, 2017

LAS VEGAS — And finally, the Vegas Golden Knights have a team.

The Golden Knights made their 30 selections in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft on Wednesday and added seven more players and 10 draft picks acquired through 10 trades.

Here is a look at the 30 players and an analysis of Vegas’ picks, trades and what it all means:

Colorado Avalanche: Calvin Pickard, G — Pickard, 25, had 15 wins, two shutouts, a 2.98 goals-against average and .904 save percentage in 50 games (48 starts) this season.

Vancouver Canucks: Luca Sbisa, D — Sbisa, 27, had 13 points in 82 games this season and has 88 points in 465 NHL games with the Philadelphia Flyers, Anaheim Ducks and Canucks.

Arizona Coyotes: Teemu Pulkkinen, F — Pulkkinen, 25, had two goals in 13 games split between the Coyotes and Minnesota Wild this season, and has 13 goals and 22 points in 83 NHL games, including 70 games with the Detroit Red Wings.

New Jersey Devils: Jon Merrill, D — Merrill, 25, had six points in 51 games this season and has 36 points in 216 NHL games with New Jersey.

Buffalo Sabres: William Carrier, F — Carrier, 22, had eight points in 41 games this season, his first in the NHL.

Detroit Red Wings: Tomas Nosek, F — Nosek, 24, has one goal in 17 games with the Red Wings the past two seasons and this season helped Grand Rapids win the Calder Cup as American Hockey League champion, scoring 22 points in 19 playoff games after scoring 41 points in 51 regular-season games.

Dallas Stars: Cody Eakin, F — Eakin, a 26-year-old center who was drafted in 2009 by Vegas general manager George McPhee when he was the GM of the Washington Capitals, had 12 points in 60 games this season but averaged 17 goals, 36 points and 80 games played in each of the previous three seasons with Dallas.

Florida Panthers: Jonathan Marchessault, F — Marchessault, 26, scored 30 goals for the first time this season, one of 26 NHL players who scored at least that many.

Los Angeles Kings: Brayden McNabb, D — McNabb, 26, had four points in 49 games this season and has 50 points in 238 NHL games.

New York Islanders: Jean-Francois Berube, G — Berube, 25, has 13 wins, a 3.11 GAA and .900 save percentage in 21 NHL games, including 14 with the Islanders this season, when he won seven games and had a 3.42 GAA and .889 save percentage.

Nashville Predators: James Neal, F — Neal, 29, who has one year remaining on his contract, scored 23 goals this season and six in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. He has 238 goals and 451 points in 632 NHL regular-season games.

Calgary Flames: Deryk Engelland, D — Engelland, 35, who could have become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, scored four goals and 16 points in 81 games this season.

Toronto Maple Leafs: Brendan Leipsic, F — Leipsic, 23, played six games for the Maple Leafs last season and spent this season in the AHL with the Toronto Marlies, scoring 51 points in 49 games and five points in 11 playoff games.

Boston Bruins: Colin Miller, D — Miller, 24, had 13 points in 61 games this season after scoring 16 points in 42 games last season when he was a rookie.

Ottawa Senators: Marc Methot, D — Methot, 32, who has one year left on his contract, played on the Senators’ top defense pair with Erik Karlsson this season and had 12 assists in 68 games before scoring four points, including two goals, in 18 playoff games.

San Jose Sharks: David Schlemko, D — Schlemko, 30, who has three years left on his contract, had 18 points in 62 games this season and has 87 points in 360 NHL games.

St. Louis Blues: David Perron, F — Perron, 29, who has one year left on his contract, had 18 goals and 46 points in 82 games this season and has 159 goals and 378 points in 652 NHL games.

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New York Rangers: Oscar Lindberg, F — Lindberg, 25, had 20 points in 65 games this season playing primarily as the Rangers’ fourth-line center after he recovered from offseason hip surgery.

Edmonton Oilers: Griffin Reinhart, D — Reinhart, 23, has two assists in 37 NHL games since being selected with the No. 4 pick in the 2012 NHL Draft. He spent this season in the AHL until May 7, when he played in Game 6 of the Western Conference Second Round against the Anaheim Ducks.

Montreal Canadiens: Alexei Emelin, D — Emelin, 31, who has one year left on his contract, has 72 points in 380 NHL games, all with Montreal, after getting 10 in 76 games this season.

Anaheim Ducks: Clayton Stoner, D — Stoner, 32, a stay-at-home defenseman who has one year left on his contract, played 14 games for the Ducks this season after appearing in 50 last season.

Minnesota Wild: Erik Haula, F — Haula, a 26-year-old center, scored an NHL career-high 15 goals, part of his 26 points in 72 games this season.

Columbus Blue Jackets: William Karlsson, F — Karlsson, 24, had NHL career highs in assists (19) and points (25) in 81 games this season after getting 20 points in 81 games last season.

Chicago Blackhawks: Trevor van Riemsdyk, D — Van Riemsdyk, who turns 26 on July 24, had an NHL career-high 16 points and a plus-17 rating in 58 games this season and was a Stanley Cup champion with Chicago two years ago.

Pittsburgh Penguins: Marc-Andre Fleury, G — Fleury, 32 and with two years left on his contract, is a three-time Stanley Cup champion with the Penguins and has 375 regular-season NHL wins and 62 in the playoffs.

Washington Capitals: Nate Schmidt, D — Schmidt, 25, had an NHL career-high 17 points in 60 games this season and has 43 points in 200 games with Washington.




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Will Las Vegas have enough workers for major construction projects?

Southern Nevada has seen many boom periods in its history. Another boom is now unfolding across Southern Nevada, with planned, proposed and construction projects underway totaling as much as $15 billion, according to Jeremy Aguero, a principal at Las Vegas-based Applied Analysis.

Laborers Union Local 872 workers regularly rally at Las Vegas Stadium Authority meetings, offering a can-do spirit. They say they will absolutely be able to complete the stadium project by the beginning of the 2020 football season.

But data suggests Nevada does not have enough construction workers to accommodate the timing needs of the stadium along with several existing and future major construction projects, including a Strip megaresort, two highway projects and a manufacturing plant.

10,000 construction workers short

“We’re about 25 percent above the national average for construction workers,” said Bob Potts, research director for the Governor’s Office of Economic Development. “But, our growth is exceeding that 25 percent. That means we don’t have enough of those workers for the current demand that exists.”

How short is Southern Nevada?

Aguero estimates Southern Nevada will be about 10,000 construction workers short of planned projects in the pipeline.

Construction industry professionals have said the most acute shortage may occur among professionals and specialists, such as architects and engineers.

On the rebound

Construction is currently the second-fastest growing industry as it rebounds from the major hit the industry took during the recession.

“Construction is dependent on growth that comes from a primary industry,” Potts said, referring to hospitality or manufacturing.

Likewise, its decline also depends on a primary industry.

While the hospitality industry lost 30,100 jobs between 2007 and 2010, the construction industry shed 75,400 jobs, according to the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.



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Secret Las Vegas: 35 Insider Tips From The Locals

Think you know Las Vegas? Think again. There’s so much more to this city than fountains and gambling tables and star-studded concerts. And no matter how many times you’ve been, there’s a hidden Vegas that the residents keep to themselves. I tapped into a handful of in-the-know experts and convinced these lady bosses to share their favorite secret finds. From places where artists go for inspiration to secret celebrity shopping spots to the coolest off-the-Strip gems, this is the Las Vegas list you need to have. (For more amazing Vegas addresses, check out “Best Las Vegas Restaurants: 25 Secret Spots Where The Locals Eat.”)

James Turrell Las Vegas

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This James Turrell installation is hidden away in a shop.

What: A Secret Light Show

Recommended By: Jessica Galindo, fine artist, leatherwear designer and owner of Leather Couture in Summerlin

What: One of artist James Turrell’s most dazzling installations, Akhob, is tucked away inside a Louis Vuitton store. It’s exquisitely executed and such an experience that you must have a reservation to see it, no shoes, only a few people at a time. You are escorted by an exhibit representative who explains the magnitude of the experience. Yes — it’s more an experience than a visual art show. If you allow it, it takes you out of Las Vegas and out of your own thoughts. An amazing must-see. In fact, the permanent installation is so exciting that it has inspired Vegas to install other permanent art fixtures around the city. Reservations book up a month out, so call ahead.

What: Landscapes Worth the Drive

Recommended By: Dorit Schwartz, a Vegas-based artistwhose work is carried at The Wynn and is currently on exhibit at Delano Las Vegas

Where: I love going to the Valley of Fire, which feels like a work of art. It is roughly a 40-minute scenic drive from Las Vegas. White Domes is one of my favorite sections: This is where you will see fiery red rocks and sandstone formations with brilliant contrasting colors of white, lavender and purple. Aside from the visual aspect, people enjoy coming to this park for the spiritual aspect, using the area to meditate and connect with their inner selves. There’s a purity and serenity that surrounds this desert wilderness.

What: Top Golfing

Recommended By: Denise Valdez, 8 News Now anchor (follow her on Twitter and Facebook)

Where: There are only so many shows, slot machines and clubs you can take before you need some sunshine and fresh air. Topgolf is a four-level sporting and entertainment complex at the MGM Grand. Grab a climate controlled bay on the third floor for the best views of the enormous TV screens and driving range. Hackers to competitors will enjoy swinging clubs and hitting targets with balls that score themselves. You can take a dip in the sexy swimming pool or settle in to watch sports on one of the hundreds of HDTV’s. Topgolf is a fun spot for a corporate event or with family — everyone will find something to enjoy here.

helicopter over Las Vegas

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Soaring over the Vegas skyline.

What: Once-in-a-Lifetime Views 

Recommended By: Amy Rossetti, founder and CEO, Rossetti Public Relations

Where: Las Vegas is surrounded by many must-see natural wonders, such as the grandiose Grand Canyon, red sandstone-brimming Valley of Fire and post-volcanic Fortification Hill, as well as structures like the Hoover Dam and the beautiful resorts of the Strip. So what better way to experience it all than with a bird’s-eye view on Maverick Helicopters’ Dream Catcher Sunset Tour, which takes guests across Nevada and Arizona in four hours. For a unique experience, guests can request their preferred music by speaking with their pilot, which really personalizes the trip. I can’t tell you how much I loved flying over the Strip at sunset while listening to Frank Sinatra — it was truly breathtaking. (Another place to get a great view: a terrace from a room at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, located in the heart of the Strip.)


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Under the big top in Vegas: Absinthe.

What: The Show You Must See 

Recommended By: Shannon McBeath, co-founder of The Ride, premium indoor cycling studio; and Jessica Galindo, fine artist, leatherwear designer and owner of Leather Couture in Summerlin

Where: Shannon McBeathAbsinthe is my pick for best show on the Strip and my go-to when friends are in town. Circus-style entertainment (think Cirque du Soleil) with breathtaking acts combined with incredibly funny and provocative humor in an intimate setting. Love the tableside VIP champagne tables.

Jessica Galindo: Favorite show to date. Smushed into a cozy, almost too-close-for-comfort seating arrangement inside a tent in the back of Caesars hotel, this show is ballsy, scary, thrilling, jaw-dropping and badass. I recommend everyone see it once, and I feel like it’s a show that locals can see over and over again and not be bored of it. It’s a bit brass, but the acts are just incredible. Once isn’t enough.




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Festival Funtime: Now It’s a Party in Las Vegas

Why watch one performance when you can watch dozens in one place? That’s the beauty of a music festival, and it’s even better when it takes place in Las Vegas.

Three nights of nonstop electronic dance music on multiple stages from the top music producers on the planet. There’s nothing like the Electric Daisy Carnival, June 16−18, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Multiple stages pumping out pulsating sounds, combined with carnival rides you won’t believe, art installations, and more. It’s where technology meets nature, where you can follow a path from a green garden into an expansive, majestic field, filled with other kindred music-lovers, all moving to the same beat.

Wander, explore, and unlock the energy while you make your way to Carnival Square, a social hangout with more free games, a central stage for performers, photo ops, a light painting booth and much more. It’s a weekend you’ll be talking about year-round.


Downtown Las Vegas becomes one huge party Sept. 22−24 when Life Is Beautiful returns. Along with some of music’s top acts like Chance the Rapper, Muse, and the Gorillaz performing on four stages throughout Fremont Street and neighboring blocks in the heart of historic downtown Las Vegas, Life Is Beautiful features the best local cuisine in the culinary villages. You can listen to powerful speakers in an amplified setting, laugh at the comedy showcase, and be visually stimulated by murals and immersive artwork throughout the festival grounds.


Country music fans, giddy up to Las Vegas from Sept. 29−Oct. 1 for three days and nights of singing, dancing and celebrating with your favorite artists! The Route 91 Harvest Festival returns to the Las Vegas Village and features such country superstars as Sam Hunt, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Jake Owen, Maren Morris, Lauren Alaina, Big & Rich, and many more. It’s a party you won’t wanna miss, right on the Las Vegas Strip!


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Heavyweight fighter Chuck Wepner talks about his new movie, Sylvester Stallone, and Muhammad Ali

Movies, pro boxer Chuck Wepner, and Philadelphia have a checkered history.

Philadelphia is where Sylvester Stallone made Rocky, the movie inspired by Wepner’s 15-round, go-the-distance fight with Muhammad Ali in 1975, but it’s also the site of a less-heralded episode featuring Wepner and the Rocky franchise.

After the film was released, won the Oscar in 1977, and became a cultural phenomenon, Wepner and Stallone became pals – in fact, Stallone offered him a part in Rocky II as a sparring partner. It could have been a big break for Wepner, but he was in the midst of a drug and booze binge and drove all night from North Jersey for his audition with Stallone at a Center City hotel.

“That’s exactly the way it was,” said Wepner. “I should have taken more time, should have studied the script. Stallone did everything he was supposed do, and if I would have done better, maybe I would have gotten the part.”

He wasn’t ready, and he blew it – a sequence of events depicted with unblinking honesty in the new movie Chuck, based on Wepner’s colorful and ultimately inspiring life story.

Chuck – which opens here Friday – ends on an upbeat note. The tenacity that helped Wepner succeed in the ring allows him to outlast the mistakes of his life. Still, the movie does not skip unflattering details.

“I like the movie a lot. You know, it tells the truth. I was living through a tough stretch at that point. I did a lot of partying. It was a wild time in my life. But I’ve been straight and clean for 30 years now. I can tell you, it’s a better way to live,” said Wepner, 78, who will be in Philadelphia to host a private screening Thursday, along with producer (and Philadelphia native) Mike Tollin.

Chuck touches upon the relationship between Stallone and Wepner, who later sued Stallone over parallels between his life and that of the fictional Rocky Balboa. But that was lawyer stuff – they are still friendly, and Stallone reviewed and approved the script for Chuck.

“He was very cool with it,” Wepner said, “saw the script, and his feeling is that we portrayed him true to life.”

Wepner was even closer with Ali, and was among those who attended the champion’s funeral in June in Kentucky. He got to know Ali well in the days leading up to their Cleveland title bout, during which Wepner earned the champion’s respect.

“Like he said after the fight, ‘I wouldn’t want to fight that Chuck Wepner in an alley.’ I mean, what I tried to do was rough him up. I couldn’t outbox him, he was so great. I remember that as a great time. He was a great man, and I feel very sad about his passing.”

The two made several appearances together over the years, and even cooperated on a four-day tour, staging a comic version of their fight.

Wepner said that Chuck has capture his essence as a fighter and that star Liev Schreiber was perfect in the role.

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A Handy Guide to Mother’s Day in Las Vegas

by May 9, 2013

Mother’s Day is arguably the most popular dining day of the year, thanks to its constant celebration on Sundays, making it great time to enjoy a meal with the family during brunch or dinner. This year, restaurants are making sure that moms are well taken care of with plentiful champagne, mimosas, Bellinis, bloody marys and more. While some places are doing prix-fixe menus, many just offer their standard menus along with some decadent specials for the day. These tables fill up quickly so best make a reservation soon. Herein, Eater presents a Handy Guide to Mother’s Day in Las Vegas.

1 Honey Salt

Along with the regular brunch menu, Honey Salt will be serving a Monte Cristo and Crab Cake Benedict. Moms in attendance will get a special surprise, while the bloody mary cart will be in full operation.

1031 S. Rampart Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89145
(702) 445-6100

2 Bouchon Bistro

Thomas Keller’s classy bistro at the Venetian is doing some special courses for Mother’s Day dinner. Think chilled melon and cucumber soup, lobster ravioli, Coquilles Saint-Jacques, and Chateaubriand. Of course dessert is delectable, with strawberries and cream featured.

3355 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 414-6200


3 The MeatBall Spot

Top chef Carla Pellegrino is doing an affordable take on Mother’s Day for $24.95 per person. The four-course spread includes a salad, appetizer, mains like rigatoni tossed in meat sauce, and desserts like bananas foster.

6605 S Las Vegas Blvd Suite 145
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 641-7768



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Why Canelo Alvarez, Golden Boy finally agreed to Triple-G fight

Chris Mannix, The Vertical
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May 8, 2017, 9:56 AM

LAS VEGAS – The roars of 20,000-plus shook T-Mobile Arena on Saturday, and from his seat in the lower bowl Gennady Golovkin let all of it wash over him. For all of Golovkin’s accomplishments — the championship fights, the headlined pay per views, the millions in career earnings — he had never had this. More than a decade into his professional career, a super fight had eluded him.

No longer. An anticipated showdown between Golovkin and Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez was made official on Saturday, announced with a WWE-style production designed to make the audience forget the $70 Golden Boy just swiped from them. Alvarez-Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. was unwatchable, a 36-minute sparring session that took the momentum boxing built with Anthony Joshua’s spectacular knockout win over Wladimir Klitschko last month and ground it to a halt. Yet the sight of Golovkin and Alvarez in the ring together was enough to ramp it back up again.

Golovkin wanted this. Asked for this. Craved this. Canelo was anointed from an early age. Golovkin? He had to earn it. His first promoter, Universum, ignored him. U.S. promoters showed little interest in him. Opponents ran from him. Had HBO not invested in Golovkin, anonymity might have defined him.

That isn’t meant to slight Canelo. His good looks, Mexican heritage and raw power gave him early advantages. His fearlessness and success in the ring let him keep them. He fought Austin Trout when he didn’t need to and Erislandy Lara when his promoter begged him not to. He didn’t duck Golovkin last year. He doesn’t duck anyone.


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13 Things To Do This Week in Las Vegas For April 21-27

Joyce Lupiani
Apr 20, 2017

13 Things To Do This Week in Las Vegas For April 21-27

Here is a list of 13 things to do around the Las Vegas valley for the week of April 21-27.

1. Las Rageous is happening April 21 and 22 at the Downtown Las Vegas Event Center. The 2-day festival will feature bands like Godsmack, Avenged Sevenfold, Breaking Benjamin, Anthrax, All That Remains and more. There will also be food trucks and freak circus acts.

2. The annual Pirate Fest has moved to a new location for 2017. The festival, which features cardboard boat races, live entertainment, a variety of vendors, a beer garden, unique pirate games and more, is taking place April 21 through 23 at Craig Ranch Park.

3. American Dreams: The Festival, presented by the Black Mountain Institute and The Believer Magazine, is taking place April 21 and 22 at various locations. The literary festival features multiple authors and begins with Prayers for the American Dream on April 21 in the amphitheater at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.

4. John Mueller’s Winter Dance Party returns to the South Point showroom to pay tribute to the final tour of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper. Fans can sing and dance to the trio’s iconic hit songs of the ’50s including “That’ll Be the Day,” “La Bamba” and “Chantilly Lace.”

5. New York-New York is hosting the 20th annual qualifying event for the 101st annual Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island. The main event will begin at 3 p.m. on the Brooklyn Bridge.

6. The 32nd annual Spring Fine Art Festival is taking place April 22 and 23 in Bicentennial Park in Boulder City. The festival features more than 100 exhibitors from the 7 states of the Lower Colorado Region. It is a juried show. There will also be a variety of food available and live entertainment.

7. The Joshua Tree, a well-known U2 tribute band, performs April 22 at Brooklyn Bowl. The band is led by singer Kiren, who was already a successful recording artist when he joined the band in 2012. The band got its start in 2003.

8. John Mayer performs April 22 at the T-Mobile Arena. It is his first solo tour since 2014. The concert is comprised of a full band, solo acoustic and John’s trio sets of music.

9. Country singer Clint Black performs in the ballroom at the Red Rock hotel-casino on April 22. Black helped transform country music into a multi-million dollar industry in the ’90s. Hit songs include “Killin’ Time,” “Put Yourself in My Shoes The Hard Way,” “No Time to Kill” and “Nothing’ but the Taillights.”


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9 places on the Vegas Strip where you can still find free parking

Jay Jones

If you haven’t been to Vegas in a while, you may not know that some Strip resorts now charge for parking. Aria, New York-New York, Vdara, MGM Grand and others started charging visitors for self- and valet parking last summer.

But you can still find free parking along the Strip, if you know where to go.


1. Circus-Circus

Self-parking is free, but valet is not. Expect to pay $10 for up to four hours, and $15 for four to 24 hours.


2. The Cosmopolitan

Self- and valet parking are free, but only until May 16. After that, you get one free hour of self-parking and will pay $7 for up to four hours and $10 for four to 24 hours. And yes, that applies to hotel guests too.


3. SLS

All parking is free here. Plus, the hotel is the northernmost stop for the Las Vegas Monorail if you want to use public transit.


4. Stratosphere

This iconic spot offers free self- and valet parking.


5. Treasure Island

Not only does this independently owned hotel-casino not charge guests, but it intends to begin advertising as a fee-free parking destination on the Strip.


6. Trump International Hotel

Only valet parking is offered, but it’s complimentary.

7. The Venetian and the Palazzo

These sister properties are the only remaining mega-resorts that don’t charge for parking. Hotel officials say they have no plans to start charging either.


8. Wynn Las Vegas

Self-parking is free, but Wynn and Encore charge for valet services.


9. Shopping centers

Parking is free at several shopping centers along the Strip, including the Shoppes at Mandalay Place (between Mandalay Bay and the Luxor), the Shops at Crystals (in front of Aria and Vdara) and Fashion Show Mall (across the street from Wynn-Encore).

So who’s charging?

Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts have implemented fees for self-parking and valet at a broad swath of their properties along Las Vegas Boulevard. This week, MGM Resorts increased fees they started rolling out last year.

Want to pop into Bellagio or Aria for a meal or a show? Plan to fork over $20 for up to four hours in valet parking, double what it was before the increase Wednesday.



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