Vegas Golden Knights will honor #VegasStrong for home opener

Vegas Golden Knights will honor #VegasStrong for home opener

Vegas Golden Knights will honor #VegasStrong for home opener

There will be sadness as well, as the team and the league pay tribute to the 58 victims and the close to 500 wounded from the October 1 mass shooting on the Strip. "We are Vegas Strong", said Engelland.

The tribute included recorded messages from the likes of Keith Urban and Imagine Dragons, followed by each Golden Knights player walking onto the ice with a first responder who helped save lives last week. Neal, a winger from Ontario, wears number 18 for Las Vegas.

First responders take to the ice one-by-one, accompanied by members of the team.

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It became obvious during Deryk Engelland's stirring pregame speech, punctuated by the spirited "Go Knights, Go" chant by towel-waving fans crammed into T-Mobile Arena: The Vegas Golden Knights need to win this game.

The Golden Knights went on to score three more times in the period to take a commanding 4-1 lead after the first 20 minutes of regular season National Hockey League action in Las Vegas.

That may provide a little extra energy as the Knights look to sweep the home-and-home series with the Arizona Coyotes after they defeated them 2-1 in overtime Saturday at Gila River Arena.

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The ceremonial puck drop was then conducted by people who survived the Las Vegas tragedy. But while it is an important moment for the expansion team, hockey will take a back seat for an emotional pre-game ceremony and the players have something more meaningful to play for.

After waiting two decades for my hometown to enter the major-league sports phase of its existence, I left T-Mobile Tuesday night excited by the Knights' 3-0 season start, but mostly proud.

The Knights, like all expansion teams, weren't expected to be competitive in the first year. Engelland had the crowd standing well before the game started. He's called Las Vegas his summer home each of the last 14 years, met his wife there, and shares a bond with its other residents more intimate than any other player on the ice.

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Like us, they'll need to remain, "Vegas Strong". A Knights win certainly might not mean much in the bigger scheme of things, but the Vegas fans deserve any lift they can get right now. "We're playing for our city, for the tragedy that happened, for all the people that were here tonight and were affected by the tragedy".

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