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@SinBinVegas Twitter Q&A

What are the chances someone in this picture asked a question? (Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

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William Hill Releases Golden Knights Season Point Total Prop

T-Mobile Arena is going to feel a bit different for opening night puck drop this year. (Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

A year ago the Golden Knights were slated to be the worst team in the NHL. Sportsbooks all over town listed them as high as 500:1 to win the Cup before the season and William Hill had the season point total in 2017-18 set at a measly 69 points.

Then the Golden Knights went out and racked up 109 regular season points, won the Pacific Division, and won 13 playoff games en route to a Western Conference Championship.

Needless to say, expectations have changed a bit heading into 2018-19. Recently, William Hill listed the season point total prop for the Golden Knights at a whopping 94.5 points. Plus, they’ve listed a few other betting options.

Flyers @ Golden Knights – October 4th
Flyers +155
Golden Knights -175

Flyers +1.5 (puckline) -200
Golden Knights -1.5 (puckline) +175

Over 6 goals +100
Under 6 goals -130

Golden Knights to win Western Conference
Yes +400
No -500

Golden Knights to win Stanley Cup
Yes +850
No -1450

And they say hockey is in the offseason. Not at the betting window, and never at SinBin.vegas.

Free Pucks And Programs From Adam S. Kutner

You don’t have to do half the work this guy did to get that puck. (Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

The guy who has been giving away tickets all season long is back at it again for a massive offseason giveaway.

100 lucky fans will win a game puck and an official program featuring the Vegas Golden Knights.

All you have to do to enter is comment on Facebook under the video embedded below, like Adam’s page, and punch your email into this entry form. Do that, and you might become one of the 100 winners from our friends at Adam S. Kutner & Associates, the best Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney.

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

Golden Knights Playoff Run Cartoons

Throughout the entire Golden Knights run to Stanley Cup Final Lance Maxwell has been drawing incredible cartoons. Lance was gracious enough to allow us to share the Vegas entire collection. Be sure to give him a follow on Twitter, and enjoy his amazing work.




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Game 5 Ticket Giveaway From Adam S. Kutner And Associates

Losing Game 2 wasn’t the outcome we were all hoping for, however, there is a silver, or golden (see what I did there) lining. It means we are guaranteed a Game 5 at T-Mobile Arena. So, we figured, with a little help from our friends at Adam S. Kutner & Associates, the best Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney, you might as well be there. Right?

They are giving away a pair of tickets to Game 5 and we want them to be won by a SinBinner.

It’s absolutely free to enter. All you have to do is like Adam’s facebook page, comment on the contest post, and enter your email on the rules page.

Get on over to Facebook, comment on the post, and go to Game 5 on Adam!

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

Partner Post: Golden Knights vs Capitals Stanley Cup Final Tickets Are Most Expensive This Decade

Worth every penny. (Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

With a 1-0 series lead over the Washington Capitals in the NHL’s Stanley Cup Final, the Vegas Golden Knights are still commanding a pretty penny for tickets at T-Mobile Arena. The Golden Knights, who are poised to become the first expansion team across any American major professional sport to win a league championship, are helping to make the series the most expensive since on the secondary market since TicketIQ.com began tracking data in 2011.

As of Tuesday, the average asking price for a ticket to the Stanley Cup Final was $1,983, more than $400 more than the next highest Stanley Cup Final on the secondary market. The 2014 Los Angeles Kings-New York Rangers cost an average of $1,573, the previous high.

The series continues Wednesday in Las Vegas with Game 2.

The $2,052 average asking price for a ticket at T-Mobile Arena is the fifth most expensive for a Stanley Cup Final since TicketIQ began tracking data in 2011, while the $1,891 to see the Washington Capitals play at home is the sixth priciest.

Vegas fans have been driving ticket prices throughout the playoffs. The average asking price for the Stanley Cup Final is down – from an average of $2,036 on May 28 to the $1,983 on May 29 – but most of the decline has been in demand for Washington tickets. In fact, the average asking price rose for Game 2 in Vegas during that 24-hour period, from $1,512 to $1,570 and the average asking price for Game 5 went up $2, from $2,664 to $2,666. The only game at T-Mobile to see a drop in average asking price is Game 7, from $2,484 on May 28, to $2,319 on May 29.

During that same span, the average asking price for a ticket in Washington fell nearly $90 from $1,979 to $1,892.

Fans of SinBin.vegas can get a special discount when buying tickets on TicketIQ.com by entering the referall code SINBIN at checkout.

**TicketIQ.com is an official sponsor of SinBin.vegas**

Ticket Giveaway From Adam S. Kutner And Associates

The Vegas Golden Knights are the Western Conference Champions! That means the next time they hit the ice, it’ll be on hockey’s grandest stage. We want you to be in attendance for Game 2!

Our friends at Adam S. Kutner & Associates, the best Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney, are giving four free tickets to home Game 2.

Two different winners will be selected from those who enter the Game 2 contest. One winner will win a pair of tickets AND a ride on the Adam Kutner Zamboni, while the second winner will get a pair of tickets.

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.

Why are you still reading this? Get on Facebook and enter the contest and take your shot at winning one of the two pairs of tickets the best Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney is giving away!

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

The Golden Knights Are Hosting Game 1 Of The Stanley Cup Final; “This Is Unbelievable”

The next time you see those banners, there will only be two. (Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

The moment the clock struck 00:00 in Winnipeg on Sunday afternoon the Golden Knights became Western Conference Champions and were headed to the Stanley Cup Final. However, the moment players, coaches, executives, and even fans had that actually sink in has been different for everyone.

The first time I noticed it was today when Nabber was sitting next to me and there the sticker was on the back of his helmet. I thought it was pretty cool because this is where we are at. -Nate Schmidt

Maxime Lagace told me for him it was when he saw the trophy in the locker room. Luca Sbisa said it kind of hit him while he was sitting at home a day or two later. Aside from Marc-Andre Fleury and James Neal who have been there before it had to hit every guy at some point.

Personally, it happened to me when I saw a Stanley Cup Final game puck for sale that said “Vegas Golden Knights vs. Washington Capitals: Game One.” There’s just something special about seeing the name on the actual object of them game.

Of course, I’m not going to be playing in the game, but like many who read this site, we’ve been around this organization longer than the players, longer than the coaches, and even longer than the GM. The next game the Vegas Golden Knights play will be in the Stanley Cup Final.

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Ticket Giveaway From Adam S. Kutner And Associates

The Vegas Golden Knights are the Western Conference Champions! That means the next time they hit the ice, it’ll be on hockey’s grandest stage. We want you to be in attendance when that happens.

Our friends at Adam S. Kutner & Associates, the best Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney, are giving four free tickets to home Game 1. FOUR FREE TICKETS.

One lucky person will be selected as the Grand Prize winner and will win two tickets and a ride on the Adam Kutner Zamboni during intermission. A separate winning will win another pair of tickets to the game. Two winners, four tickets. Let’s make one of those winners a SinBinner.

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 biggest game in Golden Knights history!

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

Trends, Trends, And More Trends… All Of Which Aren’t Really Trends

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Since 1987, fourteen NHL teams advanced to the Stanley Cup finals in 15 games or less, five won the Stanley Cup.

2018: Vegas Golden Knights (15)
2012: LA Kings (14)
2008: Pittsburgh Penguins (14)
2007: Ottawa Senators (15)
2003: Anaheim Ducks (14)
1999: Buffalo Sabres (15)
1997: Philadelphia Flyers (15)
1995: New Jersey Devils (15) 
1995: Detroit Red Wings (14)
1993: Montreal Canadiens(15)
1992: Chicago Blackhawks (14)
1989: Montreal Canadiens (15)
1988: Edmonton Oilers (14) 
1987: Edmonton Oilers (14)
*Bold = Won Cup

This postseason the Golden Knights swept LA, beat San Jose in six games, and ruined all of Canada’s dreams in five games. Combined, Vegas will have 21 days off in between series this postseason. It’s very rare for a team to have that much rest in between playoffs series. To compare, back to back Stanley Cup champs Pittsburgh Penguins had 19 days off between series in 2016 and 2017 combined.

Teams to make the Stanley Cup finals in 15 games or less are 5-8 since 1987. Not ideal, but also not much of a trend to get upset about if you’re a Golden Knights fan. In that same timespan, 26 NHL Champions took 15 or more games to get to the Cup finals.

Continuing in the useless trend department, the Golden Knights should feel good about Deryk Engelland handling the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl. Pittsburgh is 3-0 when they touched the Prince of Wales trophy, but prior to 2016, six champions in a row did not touch their conference prizes.

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