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Practice Facility Tour Pictures

The Vegas Golden Knights Practice Facility in Downtown Summerlin just across from Red Rock Casino is set to open in the middle of August. Senior VP and facility project manager Murray Craven took me through the site on February 23rd. Here are all of the pictures.

First Floor Blueprint (click the images below to zoom in)


Second Floor Blueprint (click the images below to zoom in)

Finished product drawing

Team entrance, looking into players lounge

Staircase to offices and gym

Players lounge, staircase to offices

Equipment room

Coach’s office

Head Coach’s window

Hydro room

First sheet of ice

First sheet of ice

Facility main entrance

Pro shop

Main entrance from outside

Main lobby

Second sheet of ice

Public locker room (one of ten)

Second floor team offices

More team offices


View on to ice from offices and gym

View of ice from offices and gym

Second floor office on end of first sheet of ice

View from restaurant on second floor

Second sheet of ice view from restaurant

Home of the ice machine

More ice machine room

Restaurant view

Fitness room on second floor

Color palette for outside of building (grey changing to chocolate brown)

View from Murray’s office

  • The facility is likely to begin with a soft open so training camp can be housed in Summerlin.
  • The second floor restaurant could take a little while longer to be open.
  • Both sheets of ice are expected to be usable by members of the community by early to mid September.
  • Naming rights are in the process of negotiation.
  • Both sheets of ice are NHL regulation size (200 ft x 85 ft)
  • The entire project is about 120,000 square feet and will cost approximately $25-30 million.


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  1. RJ

    Any word on jobs at the facility?

  2. PhiSig 150

    Good to see the locker room is already completed well ahead of schedule.

  3. Jeff Kruger

    Wouldn’t this be a great place to show up for work each day? So pleased that the city (and league) will have a dynamic, first-class facility — for the team, it’s staff, and the community as well.

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