Un-Official "Official" Top 5 VGK License Plates
With more than 25,000 Vegas Born license plates on the roads of Nevada, every time you drive on the road you can expect to see a few. Many VGK fans have one to show their team spirit anywhere they drive. Below is a list of the un-official official top 5 for the best and most clever plates from some medieval manics.
Number 5: Knight Up
This plates takes us back to the 2019 Playoffs when the Golden Knight launched their #KnightUp campaign. This energy during the postseason is unmatched, especially in the Fortress. Fans were decked out in their VGK gear to Knight Up for the playoffs making this plate number 5 on our list.
Number 4: Puck Luck
Any hockey fan knows one of the most important parts of a game is having some puck luck. This helps the momentum of your team by getting good bounces and having things work in your favor. Having puck luck and sometimes make a break a game so hopefully this plate will bring some to the team.
Number 3: Fortress
This fortress plate comes in at number 3. Every single Medieval Maniac knows what it is. It’s the nickname for T-Mobile Arena where our boys go to battle every game. This plate is a good tribute to the building our team calls home.
Number 2: Celly
A players favorite thing to do. Players celly hard after a goal is scored and seeing this plate makes people think back to some very unique celebrations and moments throughout the season. When you see a celly you know a goal has been scored and the energy levels are high, that’s why this plate is number 2.
Number 1: Vegas Born
Coming in number 1 is Vegas Born. This team and its fans are truly Vegas Born. All the memories from the first two years and the improbable Stanley Cup run are encompassed in those two words. It’s been seen on billboard, t-shirts and even new born babies. Vegas Born is something the entire city takes pride in and that is well deserving of the number one spot.
You may be asking, where can I get one of these custom plates?
Nevada fans interested in purchasing a Vegas Born license plate can make an appointment with their local DMV office by visiting dmvnv.com. If the car is already registered, a smog check and registration renewal aren't necessary.
If swapping plates on an existing registration, Vegas Born plates with a standard number cost $37 plus a $6 transfer fee. Fans are encouraged to make an appointment to visit the DMV at dmvnv.com. If interested in a personalized Vegas Born plate, fans can order them on the DMV website for $72.
For more information, visit at http://www.dmvnv.com/platesmain.htm.