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Las Vegas strip club to celebrate Golden Knights' inaugural season

2017 NHL Awards And Expansion Draft

Jeff Vinnick

Some say the Golden Knights officially became Las Vegas' first professional sports franchise when they made their 30 selections at June's NHL Expansion draft, thus becoming a team.

Some were wrong.

Crazy Horse III, a popular strip club in Sin City, made it official on Tuesday when they announced their "Hockey at the Horse" viewing parties, running from the first puck drop to the final game of the team's inaugural season. Here's the award-winning gentlemen's club's full statement:

In celebration of the first professional team in Las Vegas, the Vegas Knights, the award-winning gentlemen’s club will unveil game-day specials, including a “Bucks for Pucks” deal, offering $1 admission for any guests arriving via their own transportation

During all NHL games, Crazy Horse III will offer $20 beer bucket specials. Throughout the season, guests with a game-day ticket stub to a home game will receive a complimentary drink. Sports fans can take in all the hockey action amidst the club’s massive 70-inch and 100-inch HD televisions.

The Golden Knights, who are not affiliated with the strip club, had to see this coming. The only surprise here is that Crazy Horse is the first to get in on the action.

It's all in the name of celebration, and what better way to celebrate the Golden Knights then to be entertained by them on TV while being... entertained. This is a win-win for everybody.