Military Appreciation Night
The Vegas Golden Knights hosted Military Appreciation Night on Wednesday, November 16, against the Anaheim Ducks — eventually skating away with a 5-0 victory. As the Golden Knights took the ice for warmups, each player wore a camouflage jersey that was signed and auctioned off during the game. All proceeds from the jerseys benefited the Folded Flag Foundation. Throughout the game, current and past military members were recognized for their service.
IT’S TIME FOR HOCKEY CAMO STYLE!
Marc-Andre Fleury broke out some shiny new pads to match his camo jersey.
It’s not a special game without an amazing puck delivery and drop. The puck was delivered by current active military personnel from Nellis Air Force base from the rafters to center ice where the only Pearl Harbor Survivor, Edward Hall, in the Vegas valley stood to drop the honorary puck between Ryan Getzlaf of the Anaheim Ducks and Deryk Engelland.
Not only were camo jerseys worn, Ryan Reaves took the ice for warmups in a camo beanie.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE! 🇺🇸