The reality of the NHL's planned move to Las Vegas will hit home for hockey fan Sean Bollig once he finally sees ice on the floor at the new T-Mobile arena just off the Strip and he's able to buy a jersey for its fledgling home team.
"Having a team will be awesome," said Bollig, a 28-year-old recreation league hockey player. "It's going to bring in a lot of the locals."
California resident and Los Angeles Kings season-ticket holder Jim Altier said he's already lining up friends to head to Las Vegas for hockey. For 12 years, he has done the same when the Kings play exhibition games at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
"We'll definitely be...