The U.S. Army is looking into choice of name for the new hockey team in Las Vegas because it is the same as its parachute team. Owner Bill Foley claims that the name was chosen because Nevada is the largest gold-producing state in the country.
Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley is speaking out after reports surfaced that the U.S. Army is looking into the name of the franchise.
Foley sent an email to ESPN that insist that the name was chosen because Nevada is the largest gold producing state in the country and because of the "golden tones" of the Las Vegas Strip.
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