LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The Golden Knights had their annual team photo at T-Mobile Arena on Thursday. Afterwards, they held just their second team practice in weeks.
"The fine line is keeping the detail and foundation in your game night to night, looking at last game, trying to fix the one or two areas you didn't like, in practice, but doing it without over-taxing or getting someone injured, that's a fine line we're walking right now," said Golden Knights head coach Pete DeBoer. "Trying to do a lot of non-contact, not to do a lot of live shooting, where someone can take a puck and get hurt, you're just trying accomplish some of the things you want to from a coaching perspective without taxing or injuring somebody."
The Golden Knights have just eight games remaining in their regular season schedule and they play those games in a 13-day span. Players say rest is important, but getting consistent reps on the ice is vital to staying sharp.