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ADIN HILL SIGNS 2-YEAR EXTENSION TO STAY WITH VGK

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The Golden Knights and Adin Hill have agreed to a 2-year contract with $4.9m AAV.

STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS!

The greatest hockey team in the world belongs to Las Vegas. 

The Vegas Golden Knights have won the Stanley Cup!!!!!!!!!!!!! #ProphecyFulfilled 

GOLDEN KNIGHTS ACQUIRE DYSIN MAYO (D) FOR SHEA WEBER AND 5TH ROUND PICK

The Golden Knights have made a salary cap-related trade acquiring AHL defenseman Dysin Mayo from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for a 5th round pick and the contract of injured defenseman Shea Weber.

The trade has very little impact on this season for the Vegas Golden Knights. The player they acquired is a depth defenseman in the AHL that is unlikely to figure into the NHL club. His expensive AHL contract is more likely the reason the Golden Knights acquired him, or more so, why the Coyotes wanted to get rid of him.

Mayo signed a three-year one-way contract worth $2.85 million. He’s owed $1 million per season each of the next two years whether he’s in the NHL or AHL.

As for the contract of Shea Weber, the Golden Knights acquire a bit of flexibility in no longer having his nearly $8 million salary cap on their books. However, because Weber is not expected to play again, that money was being offset using long-term injured reserve.

With other players currently on LTIR for the Golden Knights (Stone, Lehner, Patrick) getting rid of Weber’s contract does not have any impact on the useable salary cap this season. Where it does help is next season. Keeping Weber would have guaranteed Vegas would start the season using LTIR. This comes with a few drawbacks (read about them here).

For Arizona, Weber’s contract counts to help them reach the salary cap floor.

Giving up a 5th round pick leaves the Golden Knights with five picks in the 2023 Draft. They still own their 1st, 3rd, 6th, and 7th, and acquired an additional 3rd from Buffalo in the Jack Eichel trade.

GOLDEN KNIGHTS WILL PLAY IN 2024 WINTER CLASSIC

The NHL announced today that the Golden Knights and Seattle Kraken will faceoff in the 2024 Winter Classic.

The game will be played at T-Mobile Park, home of the Seattle Mariners, on January 1st, 2024.

This will be VGK’s second ever outdoor game after playing at Lake Tahoe in February 2021.

 

NIC HAGUE SIGNS 3-YEAR EXTENSION

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The contract stalemate that kept RFA Nic Hague out of the entire Training Camp and all seven preseason games has come to an end today as he and the Golden Knights agreed to a three-year contract worth $2,294,150 per season.

Hague becomes the sixth highest-paid defenseman on the team and will remain an RFA under Golden Knights control when this contract expires following the 2024-25 season.

Nic loves being a Golden Knight and we love having him. It was slower than all of us would have liked but the good news is he’s now under contract. -Kelly McCrimmon

Hague is expected to join the team in Los Angeles tomorrow but will not play in the season opening game.

GOLDEN KNIGHTS SIGN PHIL KESSEL TO ONE-YEAR CONTRACT

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The Golden Knights have inked Phil Kessel to a one-year contract worth $1.5 million.

The forward who is set to turn 35 before the season is coming off a season with the Coyotes in which he scored six goals and added 44 assists.

Kessel is eight games away from setting the NHL’s all-time record for consecutive games played at 990. He would accomplish this feat on October 25th when the Golden Knights travel to San Jose.

NIC ROY SIGNS 5-YEAR EXTENSION AT $3 MILLION AAV

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