Golden Knights to pay tribute to Vegas shooting victims, visit first responders
Golden Knights players will also visit first responders in the aftermath of Sunday's mass shooting
Sunday night's mass shooting in Las Vegas NHL team will pay tribute to those killed and injured when it hosts its first home game Oct. 10., and the city's new
Steve Carp of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Monday that the Vegas Golden Knights will honor the shooting victims and first responders at T-Mobile Arena when they drop the puck on their 2017-18 home schedule.
Carp also noted via Twitter that Golden Knights owner Bill Foley received a call from NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, who offered "the league's support in the aftermath of Sunday's shootings," which occurred near Mandalay Bay casino on the strip.
"In addition," Carp reported, "[Vegas] players will be out in community the next couple of days making appearances to meet with victims and first responders."
CBS Sports HQ Newsletter
We bring sports news that matters to your inbox, to help you stay informed and get a winning edge.
Thanks for signing up!
Keep an eye on your inbox for the latest sports news.
There was an error processing your subscription.
The league is currently considering 10 hub cities
What is Phase 2 and what does it mean for the NHL's restart plans? Let's break it down
A specific date has not been decided on yet, nor has a timeline of how long Phase 2 will last
Guy Carbonneau, Joe Mullen and Grant Fuhr are among the new head coaches
The NHLPA's executive board will discuss the scenario on Thursday
There could be logistical headaches for the NHL if North American travel restrictions carry...