We all had to sustain that heartbreaking loss this past week against the Washington Capitals. It was an amazing season filled with amazing stories and our Golden Knights blew everyone out of the water with their performance.
There is one consolation though. Sportsmanship is still alive in hockey. Take a look at the full page ad that the capitals took out to honor the Golden Knights after their historic season. It’ll bring a tear to your eye after our historic season.
The Washington Capitals are having their Stanley Cup parade today but they also took out a full page ad in the Las Vegas Review-Journal to congratulate the Vegas Golden Knights "on the most successful inaugural season in the history of professional sports." pic.twitter.com/zi2lHIOpcU
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) June 12, 2018
In other news, there will be a small consolation prize from the Knights to the fans outside the D in downtown Las Vegas at 5:30 p.m. this Wednesday. The players, GM George McPhee and coach Gerard Gallant will be there at Third Street Stage to show their thanks to the fans.
According to the Review-Journal, there will be “performances from the Knight Line presented by Drumbots, Golden Aces and mascot Chance.
The event is free and open to the public and please go give our Knights a last huzzah for the season. They deserve it for all their hard work.
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