Mark the date in your calendars. The Vegas Golden Knights have announced the date of their inaugural home opener. Their first-ever NHL regular season home game at T-Mobile Arena goes Oct. 10 versus the Arizona Coyotes. The Golden Knights will make
The Flyers truly are terrific within the community and that continued Wednesday. Mark Smith, a man with a mental disability who was assaulted in late May on camera by a group of teenagers in Philadelphia, enjoyed a day with the Flyers. Shayne Gostisbehere and Anthony Stolarz welcomed Smith to Flyers Skate Zone, where he was shown around the facility, hung out in the locker room and was given some Flyers gifts, including his own personalized jersey. "It was awesome," Gostisbehere said of Smith's visit. "It was good to have in him here, smiling ear to ear. … He really loves his jersey." Gostisbehere admired Smith. "Great to see his attitude about it," the Flyers' defenseman said of the incident.
John Stevens has added a familiar face to his coaching staff. On Thursday, the L.A. Kings announced the hiring of Don Nachbaur as an assistant coach. Nachbaur has spent the last seven seasons as bench boss of the WHL’s Spokane Chiefs.