The Vegas Golden Knights Stanley Cup Rings Are Sick

Sweet mother of god these things are gorgeous. I mean I expected Vegas to go all out for these Stanley Cup Rings but my word they really outdid themselves here.

There is so much detail to this ring I don’t even know if I can talk about all of the sick details. Let’s start with the fact that the ring can also be worn as a pendant so it can be detached which is wild not sure we’ve ever seen anything like that before.

Then when you take off the top part there’s a whole ass mini sized replica of their home arena. Oh an they have marks on it that show all nine of the goals they scored in the Cup-clinching game. Like what?!?

I think my favorite detail is the black ring around that has their team mottos on both sides connected with the skyline of Vegas. To me that’s a really nice touch to show just how much the team and city mean to one another. Also, keep in mind I am by no means a Vegas Golden Knights fan I’m just admiring how beautiful these rings are.

On the side opposite of where the players name and numbers go they have a Stanley Cup banner that replicates their Vegas Strong banner. On that it has six stars to show that they won their first cup in their sixth season.

This really is probably one of the nicest rings I’ve ever seen from a Championship team.

Here’s a look at the full details of the ring from the Knights.

They also had an Elvis impersonator deliver some of the rings to the players and staff, is there anything more Vegas than that?

Pretty damn cool if you ask me, Vegas will look to defend their Stanley Cup starting tomorrow night as the NHL season kicks off with a triple header on ESPN. Keep an eye out tomorrow morning as I will have my full preview of the NHL season dropping, including my pick to win the Stanley Cup this year.

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