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Vegas Golden Knights to tour, host youth clinic in South Lake Tahoe

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — Members of the Vegas Golden Knights professional hockey team will visit South Lake Tahoe for a youth clinic next week during the club’s tour of four cities in their television coverage area.

Several Knights and officials will appear for the clinic from 10 a.m. to noon, Monday, Aug. 15, at South Lake Tahoe Ice Arena located at 1176 Rufus Allen Boulevard. South Lake Tahoe will be the club’s first stop on the 2022 VGK Road Trip.

The Vegas Golden Knight mascot has fun during the NHL’s outdoor games at Edgewood Tahoe in February 2021.
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Participants in the South Lake Tahoe stop on the road trip are scheduled to include defensemen Brayden McNabband and Shea Theodore, play-by-play broadcaster Dave Goucher, VGK Insider Gary Lawless, Mascot Chance, members of the Vegas Vivas! cheer team and Knights Guard ice crew.



The VGK Road Trip is a four-city tour through the Golden Knights’ TV territory that also includes stops in Boise, ID; Missoula, MT; and Salt Lake City.

The Vegas Golden Knights played an outdoor game against Colorado in February 2021 at Edgewood Tahoe Resort.
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Signups for the camp are still available through the ice arena website. The cost is $25.



For those that would like to watch the clinic and participate in off-ice activities, it is free admission. There will be no public skate during the clinic.

For more information, visit the ice arena website at https://www.tahoearena.co.


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