3 other Golden Knights that need a docu-series

Jack Eichel is set to star in a new docu-series on Amazon. Here are three Vegas Golden Knights who should also have their own series.
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Jack Eichel and Vegas Golden Knights fans received some fun news on Thursday morning. The Vegas superstar is set to appear in a docu-series on Amazon, highlighting the lives of various NHL players. Prime Video will give hockey fans access to the biggest stars through different points of their careers. Fans will look at what it takes to succeed in the NHL, down to the grit, sweat, and sacrifice.

Eichel will be accompanied by other superstars, including David Pastrnak, Quinn Hughes, and world-famous flying elbower, Jacob Trouba. That will include a behind-the-scenes look at the 2024 Stanley Cup Final, where Connor McDavid, Matthew Tkachuk, and their teammates and families are shown. Here's hoping Eichel didn't catch a stray elbow from the New York Rangers defenseman.

Now that looks like it would be great drama to watch. Contract negotiations, playoff pressure, and the biggest stars seeing their families. It makes for must-see television (or streaming) that has the viewers on the edge of their seats. Will the superstar re-sign with his team? Is Pastrnak going to see his daughter in the offseason?

One thing Golden Knights fans hope gets highlighted is Eichel taking orders at Raising Cane's. It would make for a lighthearted moment that puts the Vegas center in the same atmosphere as regular people. Why not feature the superstar handing out food to hungry customers on a random day?

Why not look at three other Vegas players who'd be interesting characters in a docu-series? There are other interesting personalities on the team, with hockey fans seeing the behind-the-scenes fun. Let's look at three other Vegas Golden Knights stars who should star in their own Amazon series.

Adin Hill, Vegas Golden Knights goaltender

Picture this. Adin Hill gets his docu-series, where fans see a day in the goaltender's life. He goes to various places and events, including a UNLV Runnin' Rebels football game. Fans will see the lighter side of last season's Stanley Cup Final hero. Let's call it... "King of the Hill." Wait, there's already a show with that name? Okay, fine. Let's work on the name later.

But imagine a docu-series where Hill goes through his daily routine, from warming up to the in-game action. There are other angles Amazon could work with the goalie. For example, what was his reaction to being traded from the San Jose Sharks to the Vegas Golden Knights? How did he feel after stopping Nick Cousins with a breathtaking save in last season's Stanley Cup Final? There's plenty of material to work with regarding the star.

He always seemed like a Hank Hill-type personality, being level-headed and reserved. That's why many people fell in love with the character, aside from his conviction and unintentional humor. However, the goaltender probably doesn't love propane and propane accessories as much, being that he's from British Columbia. Hopefully, Adin Hill doesn't have a crazy friend who throws pocket sand and goes "shi shi sha."