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GOLDEN KNIGHTS CLAIM RYAN CARPENTER (F) ON WAIVERS

That white stick is gonna look nice with the white gloves. (Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas)

Carpenter is a right-handed winger/ center who was waived by the San Jose Sharks. He was one of the seven forwards protected by the Sharks in the Expansion Draft but after only recording one point in 16 games he was placed on waivers.

The Golden Knights now have 24 men on the roster, so they will have to make a corresponding move today. That will likely be Stefan Matteau being placed on waivers and sent back to Chicago. (Update: As of 11:03 AM, Matteau has been removed from the Golden Knights roster on the team’s site.)

Carpenter will join the team at practice today or tomorrow and is eligible to play for the Golden Knights Thursday against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

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MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (G) ACTIVATED FROM IR; MAXIME LAGACE (G) SENT TO AHL

The transaction signals that Fleury is scheduled to start the Golden Knights next game, home against Carolina.

DAVID PERRON (F) ACTIVATED FROM IR; EXPECTED TO PLAY AGAINST NASHVILLE

After missing the previous six games with an upper-body injury, one of the Golden Knights best wingers returns to the lineup tonight. David Perron will slot back into the lineup with Erik Haula and James Neal and he’ll play on of the of the two Golden Knights power play units.

The Golden Knights did not need to make a corresponding move as William Carrier was placed on IR the same day as Perron and Vegas only recalled one player, Stefan Matteau.

GOLDEN KNIGHTS SIGN BRAYDEN MCNABB (D) TO 4 YEAR EXTENSION WORTH $10M ($2.5 AAV)

The signing locks McNabb up through the 2021-22 season. He becomes one of just two players that are signed beyond the 2019-20 season (Reilly Smith).

Malcolm Subban Skates On Off Day At City National Arena

Goalie Malcolm Subban was injured in the 3rd period of the game against St. Louis on October 21st. Following the injury Subban was placed on IR and the timetable that was set was “approximately four weeks.”

Today at City National Arena the goalie was publicly seen skating for the first time since the injury three weeks ago.

In doing so he also showed off his new helmet and pads. The helmet is red on the front with a gold facemask. It has the Golden Knights primary logo along the chin with a pattern of primary logos toward the side. On the side there are a few more logos including the secondary sword star and a silhouette of the Las Vegas strip. The top is mostly gold with white bold letters spelling “Vegas Strong.” We have yet to see the back.

Then, the best moment of the day happened when Jonathan Marchessault’s son took some shots on Subban. Looks like we’ve got a future star in the making.

(Videos taken by Marcus Cottengim)

There has not been an update from the Golden Knights on the status of Subban, Marc-Andre Fleury, or Oscar Dansk.

**Huge thanks to Marcus Cottengim, Constance Kern, and Ami Gilbert for the pictures and videos. If something related to the Golden Knights happens, SinBinners are always there.**

Vadim Shipachyov Voluntarily Retires From The NHL

The Vadim Shipachyov saga in Las Vegas is officially over.

Listen below to the full press conference with George McPhee including his opening statement in which he “closed the book” on Shipachyov.

We are headed into the studio at The Space to talk much more about this (streaming podcast live on Mixlr) and we will have a few opinion based articles in the near future.

Shippy may be gone, but he’s certainly not forgotten here at SinBin.vegas.

SHEA THEODORE (D) HAS BEEN RECALLED FROM CHICAGO; GRIFFIN REINHART (D) CLEARS WAIVERS, REASSIGNED TO CHICAGO

It took a little while, but finally, the clown car that was the Golden Knights roster to start the season has sorted itself out enough to make room for what is probably the Golden Knights most talented defenseman, Shea Theodore.

The 22-year-old has been recalled from Chicago and will likely be in the lineup for the Golden Knights against the New York Islanders tonight.

Griffin Reinhart was placed on waivers on Sunday to make space for Theodore. Reinhart cleared and will stay in Chicago where he was previously on a conditioning stint.

JASON GARRISON (D) PLACED ON WAIVERS, GRIFFIN REINHART (D) REASSIGNED TO AHL ON CONDITIONING LOAN

The Golden Knights have made a pair of roster moves prior to this afternoon’s game against the Colorado Avalanche. Defenseman Jason Garrison, who has been a healthy scratch for each of the last four games, was placed on waivers and will be reassigned to the AHL if he clears waivers.

Griffin Reinhart has been sent to the AHL on a “conditioning stint.” Basically, it’s a rule in the CBA which allows players who are consistently┬áhealthy scratches to be sent to the AHL to play in games. The stint can last for a maximum of 14 days and the player remains on the NHL active roster throughout the entire stint.

Therefore, the moves open up one roster spot for the Golden Knights. That will be used to bring Erik Haula off the IR after his knee injury sustained against the Detroit Red Wings on October 13th.

Teams will have 24 hours to place a claim on Jason Garrison. If one does, Garrison (and his $4.6M cap hit) will become a member of that team.

VADIM SHIPACHYOV (F) HAS BEEN REASSIGNED TO THE AHL

Prior to tonight’s game against the Chicago Blackhawks the Vegas Golden Knights reassigned Vadim Shipachyov to the Chicago Wolves.

Shipachyov is waiver exempt meaning the Golden Knights are not at risk of losing Shipachyov to another team.

Jonathan Marchessault has been activated off the IR after a lower body injury sustained against the Detroit Red Wings. He will play in tonight’s game.

GOLDEN KNIGHTS PLACE MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (G) AND JONATHAN MARCHESSAULT (F) ON IR; RECALL MAXIME LAGACE (G) AND ALEX TUCH (F) FROM AHL

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