Praise Be To Foley, Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Website Podcast #212: Educating The Intern

We answer a bunch of fan questions about the Golden Knights while taking breaks to teach our intern important Vegas history. Hosted by Ken Boehlke and Jason Pothier.

  • Confidence the 2020-21 season will be played
  • Red jersey talk
  • “The Meadows”
  • Cheering for a beloved player on a rival team
  • Smartest and dumbest moves by the front office

And much more…

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1 Comment

  1. Mark

    Lots to digest on this one

    First of all, Alex does need to learn more about local history for sure. But part of the reason they don’t teach a lot of the casino related stuff is the fear of underage gambling. The district and even the casinos themselves have a hard time walking that line.

    But I won’t get on his case about going to touristy stuff. He should know Newton, but I get never going to Shenandoah, pinball museum or Liberace museum. Locals generally don’t go to the tourist areas anywhere unless they have friends/family visiting or in school as field trips.

    Best goal is still the James Neal from his knees. First game in franchise history, tone setter for franchise and not even on his skates.

    Looking back at it, the Worst move the front office may have actually did, was giving Fluery a 3 year 7 million dollar extension after the first season. Even then it felt a year or 2 too long for a 35 year old goalie. I understand he came off a great season, but it was injury shortened and he still had another year left on his Pittsburgh deal. A one year extension probably would have made more sense.

    Ken, now you can root against New Orleans since they didn’t start Winston. I understand the feelings of liking certain players and wanting to see them do well, even if it’s on a rival.

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