The Vegas Golden Knights are in a bit of a predicament. After getting off to a rough start both physically and literally, the Knights are going to have some decisions to make.
Since the beginning part of the season, the Knights have had to face multiple injuries and find a way to overcome them. Not to mention the recent spike in players heading to the COVID-19 list for the Knights. In the absence of multiple top line players, we were able to get the chance to see multiple prospects.
The Vegas Golden Knights started the season in a great spot given the talent on their roster. Now, while dealing with all the injuries they’ve had too deal with, there team is in a rough spot. However, there are rumors that players are on the verge of coming back. If that is in fact the case, baring any set-backs, there are going to be some decisions to make.
With the Vegas Golden Knights on the verge of getting their stars back, the Knights are going to need to make some decisions. First, who’s done well enough to keep a spot on the roster? Second, What are the lines going to look like when everyone comes back?
With those question now out there in the organization, there is one more question that the Vegas Golden Knights need to ask along with those two; How do you make room for these top line players contracts?
Before we get into answering all these questions, it’s important to remember that all of this is based upon what I’ve seen this season. There is no way to really know what the Knights organization is thinking at the moment given the fact they are just focused on the current. So with that, let’s get into it.