The Golden Knights are holding a 24-hour open house at the T-Mobile Arena beginning Feb. 21 at 8 a.m.
Current and prospective season ticket holders are invited to view the arena from their respective seats, tour the facility, and participate in a variety of interactive programming.
— Marissa Kynaston (@marissaktnv) February 21, 2017
Organizers say they want the arena and the team to be inclusive, since millions of NHL fans make their way to Las Vegas every year.
"I'm a season ticket holder back home and it'd be interesting to see the Flames on the road, and maybe some other NHL teams in a different venue, especially this one," says Sonny Warrack, who is visiting from Alberta.
At the open house, fans will also have the chance to win tickets to the first regular season home game in team history. Two tickets will be given away at the top of every hour throughout the event.
Other activities include hockey discussions with Golden Knights staff, a shooting cage and street hockey matches.
Organizers say the event lasts 24 hours because Las Vegas is a 24-hour city.