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The Golden Knights played their first season in 2017-18 and were one of the best stories in sports. Though the rules of the expansion the draft favored the Golden Knights more than past expansion drafts had favored prior expansion teams, most hockey fans and media expected the team to finish close to last place and that it would take a few years before Vegas would be a competitive team.

The 2017-18 season started, and the Golden Knights just kept winning. Their home arena, T-Mobile Arena, became one of the loudest buildings in hockey and one of the hardest for opposing teams to play in. The Golden Knights won in spite of injuries, notably to their goalies early in the season. At one point, the Golden Knights had to start the fourth goalie in their depth chart. It didn’t matter. Vegas won anyway. They won the Pacific Division in their inaugural season (by far the best inaugural season of any NHL team) and made the playoffs. They even reached the Stanley Cup Final, but the magic they’d been channeling finally ran out. They lost to the Washington Capitals in five games.

Few of Vegas’ selections during the expansion draft made waves at the time, but they sure look good in hindsight. It seemed a forgone conclusion that the Knights would take Marc Andre Fleury from the Pittsburgh Penguins, who opted to protect a younger goalie. But few could have guessed that Fleury, now in his 30s, would have a career year in both the regular season and playoffs. The Columbus Blue Jackets traded Vegas a draft pick so that Vegas would select William Karlsson instead of the Jackets’ backup goalie. Karlsson had never scored more than nine goals in a full NHL season. In Vegas, he scored 43.

The jury’s still out on what Vegas’ early success means. Is the rest of the NHL terrible at evaluating talent? Were the Knights just lucky? Were they actually as good as they looked? After a promising start, the Golden Knights still have a lot to prove.

Frequently Asked Questions About Knights Games and Knights Tickets

How much are Vegas Golden Knights tickets?

Knights ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Knights tickets can be found for as low as $29.00, with an average price of $210.00. Buy Knights tickets.


Where do Vegas Golden Knights play?

The Knights home games are played at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV.


Do I need to print my Knights tickets?

Print-at-home tickets are no longer an option for NHL games. Vegas Golden Knights are exclusively using mobile ticket entry to all games.


Does my child need a ticket for a Knights game?

Each NHL team has their own child ticket policy. Some teams have age requirements and others have restrictions on height. The Knights policy states all children under 2 are free.

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Vegas Golden Knights Ticket Prices

SeasonLocationAverage Ticket Price
2019-20
$202
2018-19
$176
2017-18
$116

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