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  1. Brian Potter

    I am very excited that Las Vegas will be getting a team in the near future however what about the AHL? With the Pacific division created last year with the Gulls, Reign, Barracudas etc. I think placing a Las Vegas new AHL team in Riverside, CA would be the smartest and best move Bill Foley could do. The City of Riverside has over 300,000 in population with over 2 million people in a 20 mile radius. Riverside is home to three universities and one community college with over 50,000 students. Riverside is centrally located with 4 major freeways in the indland empire as well as having its own airport. Making travel to Las Vegas, San Diego, Ontario, Bakersfield and San Jose easily. The city is looking at building a new sports arena downtown next to its newly renovated conversation center. The arena would be in the heart of Riverside next to 5 hotels, 2 are in the process of being built with another planned right next to the arena potentially connected. What better location than to put a team right in the middle of two big time rivals, Kings and Duck as well as their AHL teams Reign and Gulls. Sell out crowds in an extremely competitive league would give Vegas a jump start in developing its minor league team. Not to mention they would fall right in line with the rest of the Pacific division keeping the minor league teams only hours away from the NHL. Can someone please reach out to Bill Foley or anyone who could look into this opportunity? I’m just one person who loves hockey and I think this is a win win for both Vegas and Riverside.

    • Ken Boehlke

      We’ve got an article in the works on this. You are certainly on to some great points, and I think you’ll enjoy what we’ve learned from the Creator regarding minor league affiliates.

      • Brian Potter

        Here is an old article with regards to the potential site near the convention center. However, more recently the feasible study has been near completed by @BrianHConnolly with Victus Advisors out of Utah. The city contracted with them to finish the feasible study. Once again, I am just one person trying to get in touch with the right people to see this great opportunity come to life. I know the City of Riverside would be willing to give the land away for free but needs a private party or either apply for bonds to build the arena. It seems to me that their are so many options with naming rights, potential sponsors and local schools that would want to jump on board to make this happen. If you have any further questions or if I can help in any way to assist in getting an article written please let me know.

    • Robert Kaplan

      Totally agree!!!

    • Lyn Schrader

      This would be a brilliant move, but the Reign, within 30 miles, could result in a lack of fan density.
      What about Temecula or San Diego? Both have the population and neither has a sports team.

  2. KJ

    This is the first time I have viewed these proposed names, none seem to relate to the game of hockey, or aspects of the game like speed, tenacity, or the physical aspects. Neither do they seem to flow with Las Vegas, or identify with this city. Well maybe the Neons, although that might be better for an indoor soccer team. When you think faster, sharper, and better than Neon, you go to “Lasers”. This would create an excitement, an attraction, and an endless promotional angle. I vote for the “Las Vegas Lasers”. It has a great flow, and it reflects one of the most admirable aspects of the game, speed.

  3. Robert Kaplan

    Riverside best place for new ahl!

  4. Michael Marstellar

    I got the name! As soon as I heard it …I knew it would be right!

    The Las Vegas Horsemen

    • david tipton

      im new to vegas and im already sick of the sin city debachery angle im going with the peregrines people will get used to it and can feel good about it and its a great talking point

  5. Chris Neill

    God I hope it doesent have Knights or Nights in it.

  6. Tom

    I saw today that the name Desert Knights might be one of the options Mr. Foley is looking at. I noticed you haven’t put out an article about it yet. Is that because you don’t think it’s credible? Or are you just burned out with the name speculation? Can’t blame you if it’s the latter, but I really hope it’s not Desert Knights. All of a sudden Silver Knights doesn’t seem so bad…

  7. Chris Neill

    Whats happening with ahl affiliate?.Any updates?.

    • Nothing yet, they are still working through it. All signs point to Chicago Wolves though. I’d expect it sometime in the next few weeks. ECHL… no clue.

      • Brian Potter

        Ya I agree. If I were a betting man I would go all in on Chicago for the first few years. Then if I get my way the would come down to Riverside, CA. In my opinion it’s the best location for a pacific division AHL team. Riverside is booming with downtown construction and infrastructure is already in place.

  8. Pierre Martin

    I got #Coxblocked but one better. I live in Reno, Nevada. AT&T Sportsnet is not carried in this part of Nevada. None of the Cable, Satellite or over the air providers will carry the Vegas Golden Knights here either. I purchased the NHLTV package but found out that the Vegas Knights are blacked out here also(San Jose Sharks are also). I am thinking of cancelling the NHL package and giving up on being a fan of the Knights. Las Vegas is a 7 hour drive away or I can fly and book a hotel which will run a minimum of $500.00 for two that’s before I buy tickets to a game. I was excited when Nevada got it’s first professional team, now not so much.
    What would you do?
    A- Stay a fan of a team that you cannot watch?
    B- Cancel the NHL TV package and watch just a couple of games a week.
    C- Stay with NHLTV and become a fan of another team?

  9. Orlando Oquendo

    Im podcast #89 younguys spoke of what would happen when a Carolina came in. Who would come to watch and what affect that would have.

    There were hardly any canes fans there and the entire arena was quiet.

    Also that day the AV team was not on point :
    No player intro – Specially on fleurys return. Could’ve been a huge pick me up
    The sound system was very low
    The intro was messed up
    The DJ missed his cues and songs came on late. Not to mention he played low energy songs
    The off ice officials issue in the box
    Ref couldnt get sound a couple of times …. you name it

    I think all the above amongst other things made it for a very flat outing for the knights

    Worth discussing on the podcast. The true effects of home ice.

  10. Mark


    I tried leaving a FB message, not sure it went through on my end. Just wanted to say great job adding the elimination tool to the bottom of the site as well. Now on the iPhone you can still follow along. You guys are doing a fantastic job with the site, and it’s nice to know after the last watch party, you listen to your public.

  11. Keith

    Did I miss something. When did the knights wear American flag-themed jerseys. Great work on the site guys.

  12. john williams, mesquite, nv

    Cause for concern ? Of the 49 games played to date, VGK’s record against
    teams with winning records is 9-13-1, losing records is 19-4-3.

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