Good for him, he deserves it, he's worked very hard to get to the NHL.
My nephew played some hockey with Cody and he described him as a hard working, humble, and kind kid.
In an age where playing hockey has become out of reach for so many families because of cost Cody is that rare exception. Raised by a single father, he needed the help of the community for equipment and other costs. Very happy for him.
Why do I get the feeling that Vegas is going to be one of those teams that will just continually come up with wave after wave of good players?
Even after departures of established guys, cap crunches, and people writing them off as "well, they had their run".
This Cody Glass guy might be the first of many new wave guys coming through their system that will just keep the Knights competitive long after their rivals fail to see beyond the short term future.
Abundance of talent in the NHL
Just my opinion, but Vegas in general is an attractive place, and with the immediate success the organization has had, if it continues, they won't have any issues luring ufa's to sign there, all they really have to do is deepen the pipeline and not miss on draft picks, and they should be solid for years.