SinBin.vegas Podcast #314: Egg On Spaghetti
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by Ken Boehlke, SinBin.vegas
1d ago
As the playoffs continue it has become a bit more fuzzy how good of the team the Golden Knights actually had this year. With that realization, how will it shape the views on the offseason. Plus, we dive into “the video”. Hosted by Ken Boehlke and Jason Pothier. How things have changed as time has passed Best team ever? Is it ok to not improve this offseason? “The Video” Bellemare and Oreos Cooking with Ken And much more… Your browser does not support the audio element. We are on iTunes, Spotify and Pandora. Subscribe now! The post SinBin.vegas Podcast #314: Egg On Spaghetti appear ..read more
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Unique Offseason Situation In Front Of Golden Knights
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by Ken Boehlke
2d ago
(Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen) Typically, when a team gets eliminated from the playoffs, especially in the first round, the question that must be answered is “where do we need to improve?” Look around the league. The Canucks have to feel like their scoring was not up to snuff, same with Los Angeles. Toronto has their eyes squarely focused on the defending. Carolina is probably looking at goaltending. Dallas, special teams (who’d have thought?!?). It struck me when I read this quote about the GM for the Ottawa Senators. (Steve) Staios has no desire to roll back i ..read more
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Is Patrick Kane On VGK’s Radar Again?
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by Jason Pothier
4d ago
(Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen) Over the past couple of seasons, future hockey Hall of Famer Patrick Kane has been linked to several contenders, including the Vegas Golden Knights. At the 2023 trade deadline, Kane accepted a trade exclusively to the New York Rangers. After New York was eliminated in last year’s postseason, Kane was not retained by the Blueshirts and took his time deciding his future in the offseason. Well, here we go again. The former Blackhawk, Ranger and Red Wing is open for business and some contenders would like to milk the last ounce of hocke ..read more
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Why Shea Theodore’s Name Has Been, And Will Continue To, Pop Up In Trade Rumors
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by Ken Boehlke
5d ago
(Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen) You’ve probably started to see some of the rumors. If you haven’t, give it a few days and you’ll eventually come across them as they are only likely to get louder and louder as the Stanley Cup Final wraps up. It happens every time with trade speculation, the first time you see a name of a player currently on the roster and under contract you’ll think, really? Whether there’s actually weight behind them or not (I have no clue about any of the Marner stuff), the names that find their way into the hypothetical deals are not random happ ..read more
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Happy Anniversary
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by Ken Boehlke
6d ago
One year ago the Golden Knights became Stanley Cup Champions! Cup Handoff Lineup Mark Stone -> Reilly Smith -> Jonathan Marchessault -> William Karlsson ->Brayden McNabb -> Shea Theodore -> William Carrier -> Alex Pietrangelo -> Alec Martinez -> Jonathan Quick -> Chandler Stephenson -> Jack Eichel ->Ivan Barbashev -> Adin Hill -> Nic Roy -> Phil Kessel -> Keegan Kolesar -> Zach Whitecloud -> Nic Hague ->Michael Amadio -> Brett Howden -> Ben Hutton -> Laurent Brossoit -> Logan Thompson -> Paul Cotter -> Teddy Blueger ..read more
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Cooking With Karlsson, Marchessault, and Pierre-Edouard Bellemare
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by Ken Boehlke
1w ago
Today, we step away from hockey for a moment and focus on something much more important, food. During a trip to Seattle last season, William Karlsson and Jonathan Marchessault visited former VGK Pierre-Edouard Bellemare’s house and joined Hannah Bellemare’s YouTube cooking show. On the show, Karlsson “helps” Mrs. Bellemare cook his favorite dish from Sweden, panerad torsk. It’s essentially the Swedish version of fish and chips. (But don’t Google Swedish fish and chips, all you get are pictures of the little red candy next to French fries, it’s infuriating.) They then make Marchessault’s favori ..read more
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William Carrier To Hit A Hot Market For Depth Forwards
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by Jason Pothier
1w ago
(Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen) Currently we’re in the no headline mandate period for 30 of 32 NHL teams. Reasonably, the league wants the sole focus on the Stanley Cup finals. While the Florida Panthers carry a 2-0 series lead to Edmonton, league GMs are feverishly sketching out next season’s roster. The market is very good for D, and the market is very good for the heavier depth forwards. Teams are starting to get a better idea of who’s on the market and who isn’t. –Elliotte Friedman on TSN’s Jeff Marek Show One reason why the Golden Knights captured the 2023 ..read more
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Why Noah Hanifin And Ivan Barbashev Didn’t Suffer From Chemistry Issues Coming To Vegas
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by Ken Boehlke
1w ago
From @GoldenKnights on Twitter/X When the Golden Knights diagnosed what went wrong towards the end of the season and into the playoffs the first word that came to mind for most was chemistry. Because of all the moving pieces with injuries and trades they said it was hard to get the full team on the same page so quickly for the games when it mattered most. In Game 5 against Dallas the Golden Knights made changes to three of the four forward lines, two of the three defense pairs, and the goalie. Two of the forward lines, and one of the D-pairs, had never played together at all while the other ..read more
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Mitch Marner Extension Or NMC Unlikely To Scare Off Vegas’ Potential Pursuit
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by Jason Pothier
1w ago
(Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen) The Golden Knights are facing many franchise-altering decisions this offseason, but they aren’t alone. While Golden Knights fans are anxiously waiting for a Jonathan Marchessault extension, fans in Toronto are hoping their team unloads one of the NHL’s top line forwards. After another first-round exit Toronto Maple Leaf center Mitch Marner has become the target of local fans. The career 1.11 points per game player would be a fit for any team, including the Golden Knights. However, it would take some creativity by both clubs. It’s a ..read more
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Draft Pick Swap Between New York And Chicago Oddly Involves Vegas
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by Ken Boehlke
2w ago
Photo from NHL.com On May 5th the Golden Knights reign as Stanley Cup champions officially came to an end. With the first round exit, and the lackluster regular season performance that saw them as the 8-seed in the playoffs, Vegas locked in the 19th overall pick in this year’s NHL Draft. It’s set to be one of the most premium picks in the history of the franchise. In 2017, the first draft, they selected at #6 (Cody Glass), #13 (Nick Suzuki), and #15 (Erik Brannstrom). Since, just once have the Golden Knights made a selection prior to #29, when in 2019 they picked Peyton Krebs at #17. Weirdly ..read more
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