This is a tale of unintended consequences and falling victim to your own success. Meet Jorge Guerrero, former season-ticket holder for the Vegas Golden Knights. As a show of civic support for the first major professional sports team in his city, he purchased ducats for the inaugural season, one that ended with a trip to the Stanley Cup final. But Guerrero decided not to renew his subscription in Season 2, in part because he has to spend a fair amount of time taking his seven-year-old son to his hockey games and practices.
And so it was that Guerrero found himself behind the glass at City National Arena, which doubles as the Golden Knights’ practice facility, watching his son, Adrian, play with the Lil’ Knights house-league program. In the desert. In late June.
The younger Guerrero is tra...
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