NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights cut board material
The Golden Knights are cutting the board material on their boards in a move that is expected to save money.
The team’s owner, Bill Foley, made the announcement Monday morning during a news conference.
“We are removing some board material from our new equipment.
We are doing that because we feel that our equipment has gone on sale and we have not been able to sell it,” Foley said.
“In order to do that we have to cut the costs.
We have gone from about $1 million to about $600,000, which is a significant reduction in costs. “
This is not a cost cutting move, it’s a reduction in cost.
We can do that by reducing the amount of material we have in our equipment and that’s what that is going to do.” “
The Board of Governors of the NHL has determined that we need to save some money.
We can do that by reducing the amount of material we have in our equipment and that’s what that is going to do.”
Foley said the decision to cut board materials was made last month, and it was announced in early June.
The Golden Knight team has not played in the NHL since the 2012-13 season.
The NHL is moving to use new materials for new equipment, which the league said last month was needed to improve its equipment for 2018-19.
The league also plans to use the new materials on the ice for 2018 and 2019.
Foley said in June that the NHL needed to “move forward quickly to get into a better position” with new equipment that would help the league better compete for fans and sponsors.
The new materials will also reduce the cost of the boards for the Golden Knights, who were on pace to sell more than 5 million season tickets this season.
Foley told reporters at the time that he believed the equipment would help with the financial challenges that have come with the Golden Knight franchise.