The Vegas Golden Knight unveiled a new look to the team’s home arena in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The new look, which features the blue house with the giant fireplace in the centre, was unveiled to the media after the team practiced at the Pepsi Center in Las Vegas, where the Kings played their inaugural game on Saturday night.
Vegas Golden Knights general manager Dean Lombardi said in a statement that the new look is designed to make fans feel “more connected to the ice.”
“The new looks will add to the authenticity of the building while creating a great sense of place in a city that is synonymous with hockey,” Lombardi added.
“We wanted to make sure that the building felt as much of a home to the community as possible.”
The new home will be open to the public during its season, with the arena open to all fans in the evenings.