When a shot of Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis and former Sacramento Kings owner Gavin Maloof popped up during the final minutes of Game 4 between the Sharks and Golden Knights on Tuesday night, there were likely a lot of Northern California sports fan booing at the television.
Maloof and his family owned the Kings from 1996 through 2013, and tried to move the team to Anaheim in 2010. The family now owns a minority share of the Golden Knights.
Davis took over control of the Raiders in 2011 when his father Al died, and was successful in his bid to move the team to Las Vegas. The Raiders will play the 2019 season in Oakland, and then move into a new Las Vegas stadium prior to the 2020 season.
The two owners had front-row seats to watch the Golden Knights blank the Sharks 5-0 in Game 4, and they seemed to be enjoying themselves.