Safety Tips for Attending a Golden Knights Game in Las Vegas

Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys
Las Vegas premise liability lawyers

With an astounding win, the Vegas Golden Knights are advancing to the third round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Our Las Vegas premise liability lawyers are thrilled with their success and look forward to cheering them all as they face off with the Montreal Canadiens.

We also provided the following game info and safety tips to help ensure that you avoid an accident or injury that would keep you from following all of the Stanley Cup Semifinal excitement.

VGK 2021 Stanley Cup Semifinal Home Game Schedule

Here’s a list of the Vegas Golden Knights’ home games for the 2021 semifinals:  

Game 1: MTL @ VGK — Monday, June 14 @ 9:00 PM EDT

Game 2: MTL @ VGK — Wednesday, June 16 @ 9:00 PM EDT

Game 5 (if needed): MTL @ VGK — Tuesday, June 22 @ 9:00 PM EDT

Game 7 (if needed): MTL @ VGK — Saturday, June 26 @ 8:00 PM EDT

Remain Alert of Surroundings 

If you are among the 17,300+ fans that will be attending one of these hockey games at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, it’s important to always be aware of your surroundings while entering/exiting the arena. 

Keep an eye out for slick surfaces to avoid a slip and fall. Watch your step when descending/ascending stairs to avoid a trip and fall. Additionally, be extra vigilant of other vehicles and walkers to avoid car and pedestrian accidents while finding a parking space in one of the hotel garages.        

Items to Leave at Home When Attending a VGK Game

T-Mobile Arena currently prohibits 24 items from being brought inside. Here are the top 10:

  1. Currently and for all VGK games, no bags or backpacks will be permitted into the venue.  This includes but is not limited to diaper bags, clutches, clear bags, purses, backpacks, fanny packs, etc.
  2. Cameras with interchangeable/detachable lens or external flash.
  3. Audio/Visual recording devices.
  4. Selfie sticks, tripods, and monopods.
  5. Outside Food, Beverage, or Alcohol
  6. Cans, metal/glass/plastic containers, bottles, or flasks. 
  7. Laptops, tablets, personal computers, or two-way radios.
  8. Weapons, firearms, pepper spray, pocket knives, or mace.
  9. Illegal drugs or substances.
  10. Flammable liquids, aerosol cans, or permanent markers.

Expect These Health Protocols 

As of June 1, 2021 snugly fit three-layer masks are recommended for unvaccinated guests at T-Mobile Arena over the age of two. This recommendation includes wearing a mask while seated unless you are actively eating or drinking.

You will also be required to answer COVID-19 screening-survey questions upon arrival at the venue. Health passes by CLEAR are no longer required. 

Upon entry you will need to follow physical distancing markers on the ground for line queuing. Also, have your paperless tickets ready on your mobile phone to allow for touchless scanning from mobile devices at entry points.

Injured? Contact Our Las Vegas Premise Liability Lawyers Today

If you are injured while attending a Las Vegas Golden Knights game or in a parking garage before or after a hockey game, reach out to our Las Vegas premise liability lawyers right away. 

Our dedicated legal team provides free case evaluations to hear about your accident to help determine if you may be entitled to compensation for any pain, suffering, lost wages, medical bills, and other related injury-related expenses caused by negligent or reckless acts. 

Contact us today at (702) 877-1500 to schedule a free initial consultation. We also have representatives available to chat with you 24/7. Or, you can us by sharing details via an online form.

Ultimately, our personal injury team hopes that you have an uneventful time while cheering on our home team. But know that we are just one phone call away when you need help.  

The information on this blog is for general information purposes only. Nothing herein should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.