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May 23, 2019

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Museum asks fans for Golden Knights souvenirs for exhibit


Steve Marcus

Vegas Golden Knights fans wave “battle towels” during Game 2 of an NHL hockey first-round play-off series against the Los Angeles Kings at T-Mobile Arena Friday, April 13, 2018.

A museum is asking Golden Knights fans for souvenirs for an exhibit.

Ilana Short with the Nevada State Museum tells KLAS-TV she wants to turn the team's inaugural season and its bond with the Las Vegas community into a lasting memory.

The Knights lost the Stanley Cup Final last week, but they went farther and accomplished more than any expansion team in modern sports history while playing a significant role in healing a city scarred by a mass shooting.

They blew past the NHL expansion records for victories and points while winning the Pacific Division. They then cut a swath through the Western Conference playoffs with 12 wins in 15 games.

The museum is asking for T-shirts, white towels and other souvenirs. Its first sports exhibit will debut in 2020.

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