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Reserve Seats To Game 2 Watch Party At Eclipse Theaters

We’re back for Game 2!

Eclipse will be opening THREE theaters to show the game which gives us room for just over 200 total people. In our best attempt to accommodate everyone, there will be three options for getting seats.

10:00 AM – Buy a bottle of Gallegos Dos Hermanos wine for $100 and be guaranteed 4 recliners for Game 2. Email, DM, or text Ken (708-404-1093) to reserve these.

12:00 PM – An Eventbrite link will be posted here to reserve the remaining recliners for Game 2. We are expecting there to be between 50-70 available so they are going to go within seconds of the link opening.

Update: We had a few issues with the link so instead, just email me with the number of seats you want. We will go first come first serve off the email.

Monday – All open seats (at least 60 will be available) will be first come first serve on the day of the game. The theater will open approximately an hour before the game. The first people to arrive will be handed tickets that will get them the first seat “upgrades” if people do not show up or if there are leftovers from the seats held for the pre-reserve.

**We’ll be back at it again for Game 5 usually hopefully the exact same process. If you have any suggestions about our process please let us know as we are trying to be as fair and honest as we possibly can. Thanks and Go Knights Go!**

Marc-Andre Fleury Favorite To Win Conn Smythe; Other Betting Odds

Favorite in your heart and favorite at the book. (Photo Credit: Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

With the matchup now set our friends at William Hill have set the lines for the Western Conference Finals.

For the first time in the playoffs, the Golden Knights enter as underdogs to win the series.

Series Price
Vegas Golden Knights +120
Winnipeg Jets -140

Game 1 in Winnipeg tomorrow has the same line with a total of six goals.

Game 1
Vegas Golden Knights +120
Winnipeg Jets -140

Golden Knights Puckline (+1.5 goals) -225
Winnipeg Jets Puckline (-1.5 goals) +195

Over 6 goals +100
Under 6 goals -120

William Hill also offers “exact” series prices, allowing players to pick the winner of the series and the exact number of games they’ll do it in. The Golden Knights actually have one of the favored outcomes in this proposition.

Exact Number of Games in VGK/WPG
Golden Knights in 6 +350
Jets in 7 +350
Golden Knights in 7 +450
Jets in 5 +450
Jets in 6 +500
Golden Knights in 5 +800
Jets in 4 +1200
Golden Knights in 4 +1500

Finally, Marc-Andre Fleury, having recorded his fourth shutout of the postseason, has risen to become the favorite to win the Conn Smythe Trophy for the most valuable player in the NHL playoffs. The next closest Golden Knight is William Karlsson.

To win Conn Smythe Trophy
Marc-Andre Fleury +450
Nikita Kucherov +500
Andrei Vasilevskiy +550
Alex Ovechkin +550
Mark Scheifele +600
Connor Hellebuyck +700
Brayden Holtby +750
Brayden Point +1200
Blake Wheeler +1500
Patrik Laine +1800
William Karlsson +2000
Steven Stamkos +2000
Jonathan Marchessault +2500
Field +2500
James Neal +4000
Evgeny Kuznetsov +4000
J.T. Miller +6000
T.J. Oshie +6000
Erik Haula 100/1
Reilly Smith 100/1
Kyle Connor 100/1
Nicklas Backstrom 100/1
Victor Hedman 125/1
David Perron 150/1
Nikolaj Ehlers 150/1

All bets are available at any William Hill Sportsbook or on the William Hill Mobile Sports app. For more details click the banner on the top of the site.

Reserve Seats To Game 1 Watch Party At Eclipse Theaters

UPDATE: This event sold out in less than three minutes. We are absolutely blown away by the support and are working to add more theatres for Game 2. Stay tuned.

We are pumped to announce we are once again partnering with Eclipse Theaters to host a watch party for Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.

Eclipse will be opening two theaters to show the game which gives us room for 160 total people. Since the demand was overwhelming for the clincher against the Sharks, rather than first come first serve to the theater, we allowing people to reserve seats in advance.


Here are the ground rules.

  • Follow this link to reserve seats.
  • Select between 1-6 seats that you would like to reserve.
    • The individual circles are recliner seats in the theatre, the big box at the front is for folding chairs
  • Arrive at the theater by at least 3:30 to check-in for your seats. (If you are not checked-in by 3:30 we can no longer guarantee your seats)
  • Bring your confirmation email; either printed or on your phone
  • Wear VGK gear, bring rally towels, flags, horns, etc, and cheer on our Golden Knights!

Once again, the EventBrite is here.

**We are planning on doing this again for Game 2, possibly with a 3rd theater available. Assuming this process goes well, we have a page just like this for that game as well. Stay tuned on social media for that announcement.**

The Creator And McNabb Talk Golf With Sirius PGA Radio

Neal might be better at golf than he is hockey, and he’s pretty good at hockey. (Photo Credit: Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

As they await their next destination, the Vegas media tour continues. This time, legendary PGA golfer Fred Couples chatted with two of the Golden Knights biggest contributors.

I went to George and I said, ‘George are you going to grow a beard?’ He said, ‘You know I’ve seen a lot of coaches grow a beard and they lose the first two games. That beard comes right off.’ -The Creator on Sirius PGA Radio with Fred Couples

Couples has followed the Golden Knights success all season and is captivated by their deep playoff run. In separate interviews with The Creator and defenseman Brayden McNabb, Freddy “Boom Boom” discussed the Western Conference finals, and of course a little golf.

We knew we were contenders. We knew we could possibly go far in the playoffs and even win. We believe in that room and it’s contagious. -Brayden McNabb on Sirius PGA Radio with Fred Couples

The Sirius PGA Radio host brought up x-factor type players and mentioned Marc-Andre Fleury and his postseason performance. Naturally, the man in charge spoke of his admiration for Fleury and made it known the goaltender is a Golden Knight for life.

He’s a great individual. He’s got a great family. My goal for Flower is to have him retire in this town. I really appreciate what he’s done, his attitude, and what he’s done for this team. -The Creator

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Win Two Tickets To Western Conference Finals Game 3 From Adam S. Kutner And Associates

The Vegas Golden Knights are headed to the Western Conference Finals, and we want you to be there for Game 3 at T-Mobile Arena.

Our friends at Adam S. Kutner & Associates, the best Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney, are giving away a pair of tickets to the first home game of the Western Conference Finals for the Golden Knights.

They are great seats and it costs absolutely nothing to enter to win them. All you have to do is like Adam’s facebook page, comment on the contest post, and enter your email on the rules page.

So, what are you waiting for, go win some free tickets to the next home Golden Knights game!

**Adam S. Kutner and Associates is an official sponsor of**

Reliving #KennyOnIce; Pictures And Videos

Well, skating wasn’t as much of a disaster as I expected, and Kenny On Ice certainly led to a great time for all that showed up and a bundle of great pictures and videos. I’m aware that not everybody is on Twitter, where we post most of our content, so we’re here to share the best pictures and videos so you can all re-live how much of a fool I made myself look yesterday morning.

Read More Events For Sunday May 6th; Game 6 vs. San Jose

May 6th is a big day for SinBinners in Vegas as we’ve got two major events planned.

First, at 10 AM we’re renting out City National Arena for a public skate. We’ve dubbed it the Fan Appreciation Skate where we pay for the ice, you come and have fun. All you have to do is show up and say you are there for the SinBin Skate. It’s completely free unless you need to rent skates ($10). Open to all ages. Even if you don’t skate, you should still come and laugh at Ken who has never skated in his life and is going to give it a go.

Then, we are having our biggest watch party of the year for Game 6. We’ll be at Eclipse Theatres, a high end theatre in downtown Las Vegas showing the game on the movie theatre screen with cinema surround sound. The main theatre has 70 recliner seats with in-seat food and beverage service.

UPDATE: Due to the tremendous response, we have confirmed we will now have two movie theaters showing the game. That’s 110 recliners plus room for over 20 more inside each theatre and tons of space at the bar. Still, recommend you come early to get a seat though.

Also, there’s free parking at the theatre either on the street out in front or in the garage directly next door. Or, if you don’t feel like driving, the theatre is just two blocks from the RTC Bonneville Transit Center. We’ll have a massive sound bar to blast John Wick Mode, the goal horn, Vegas Lights, and hopefully Viva Las Vegas for the series-clinching win.

We highly recommend you come well before the game to make sure you get one of the first 70 seats. We have plenty of overflow seating in the main theatre as well as in the bar, but if enough people show up before the game, there’s a good chance Eclipse will open up a second (or third if necessary) theatre with another 60+ recliners to show the game.

This event is also open to all ages and is completely free for anyone who wants to come. We’re expecting a pretty solid crowd, so it should be pretty rowdy and a heck of a good time.

2 events. 1 day. If you are in Vegas, we want to see you at at least one of them. See you tomorrow!!!

The Difference Between You And Nate Schmidt In Regards To Getting Over Game 2

When Game 2 ended the Golden Knights universe was in a rage. Players were upset about the letting a game get away, coach was mad about the penalties, and fans were up in arms about the inconsistencies of the goaltender interference call. Everyone connected to the Golden Knights felt the series should have been 2-0, but instead it was 1-1.

When the sun came back up on Sunday, the universe had calmed, but not all parties. Players, they had moved on. Coach, he was ready for Game 3. Fans, well, they may never get over it.

One day I’ll get to watch a Vikings game with Nate, that’ll be fun. (Photo Credit: Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

So I wondered, why is it that the people in the building can get over it just a few hours later but fans cannot. Is this what makes them special and allows them to make millions of dollars playing/coaching a sport while the rest of us sit back and watch? Is it that fans are just irrational? Or is it something different? So I found the guy I thought would have the best answer to this question, diehard Minnesota Vikings football fan and Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Nate Schmidt.

Schmidt knows both sides. He knows the heartbreak of watching his favorite team be wronged as he sits on the couch watching and he also knows what it’s like to be on the ice for a game-winning goal, only to have it taken away. First, we talked about it from the player perspective.

You can’t let it get to you because if you do, they’re already in your head. Because if you don’t get over the fact that the game continues to go on. If you give the ‘woah is me, I can’t believe that’s the call,’ then all of a sudden the next wave of attack comes and you’re on your heels. -Nate Schmidt

In other words, you let it go or you lose. He admits, though, it’s not the same as a fan.

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Game 1 Draws Record Setting TV Ratings; 1 in 5 Vegas TV’s Watched The Golden Knights Thursday

Anyone who has been anywhere in the Vegas valley over the past four months or so is well aware of the buzz this city has for the Golden Knights, but finally, there are numbers to back up how in love Las Vegas is for its hockey team.

Game 1 delivered an 11.1 local TV rating, the best for any game ever on NBCSN in Las Vegas. It also earned a 19 share, which means 19% of televisions that were turned on in Las Vegas were watching the Golden Knights and Sharks.

And this was a home game, so the 18,400+ at the game couldn’t be watching on TV. (Photo Credit: Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

The game drew a 0.65 overnight national rating, up 35% from the first late-night Round Two game in 2017. The game averaged 830,000 viewers with a peak of 1.1 millon, that’s up 47% vs comparable game last year and the best late-night Round Two Game 1 since 2010, excluding Blackhawks games.

All in all, a lot of people all over the country watched the Golden Knights destroy the Sharks, and a ridiculous amount watched from their homes in Las Vegas.

Now, on to tomorrow night, for Game 2, which will be the Golden Knights national TV debut on NBC at 5PM Pacific time. Expect the numbers for that one to be even better than they were in Game 1.

Partner Post: VGK Playoff Tickets 3rd Most Expensive In Round One

(Photo Credit: Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

Will the Vegas Golden Knights become the first expansion team in the history of major professional sports to win it all?

Fans sure hope so and are driving up ticket prices as the team prepares for its Stanley Cup Finals second-round series against the San Jose Sharks tonight. Both teams swept their first-round opponents and have been off for more than a week.

According to, the average asking price for a ticket to see the Golden Knights play at T-Mobile Arena is the second highest across the NHL. The $621 asking price on the secondary market represents a 28 percent increase over the cost of tickets to opening round against the Los Angeles Kings. Only the Winnipeg Jets ($632) are commanding a higher price at home. The cheapest average asking price on the secondary market is $229 in Pittsburgh. The Jets (No. 1) and Golden Knights (No. 2) have the highest average asking prices for a second-round NHL playoff game since TicketIQ began tracking data in 2011.

The Golden Knights can host up to four games, and none of them will be cheap. The most expensive asking price is for an if-needed Game 7, which is currently at $797. The least expensive asking price if for Game 1 ($495) while and Game 2 ($631) is the second most expensive and Game 5 ($562) is third. The overall series average asking price on the secondary market is $467 and it will be significantly cheaper to see a game in San Jose ($261).

The get-in price at T-Mobile Arena ranges from $156 for Game 1 up to $214 for Game 7. It’s just $98 for Game 3 and $99 for Game 4 in San Jose.

Use promo code SINBIN when purchasing tickets on and you’ll receive $20 off your first purchase.

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