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Photos: Fathers Day special with Mark Stone

Today was a special fathers day for NHL fans. Golden Knights player Mark Stone had a meet and greet today at the MGM Grand hotel and casino. Fans also had had the opportunity to take photos with the Stanley Cup trophy which was one a few steps away from the meet and greet. The event had a great turnout which included over a hundred fans. Fans not only had the opportunity to take a picture with Mark Stone but they were also able to have him sign their own merchandise as well. We will see more of Mark Stone in Las Vegas as he was recently traded from the Ottawa Senators and has now signed an 8-year extension with the Golden Knights. We look forward to seeing what he will bring to this team. This fathers day was one to remember for Golden Knights and NHL fans.

Make sure you tune in for the NHL awards coming from Las Vegas, Nevada on  June 18th, 2019 on NBCSN.

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