The Vegas Golden Knights aren't the only NHL club dealing with a potential outbreak.
Several Columbus Blue Jackets players recently tested positive for COVID-19, the team told TSN's Frank Seravalli on Tuesday. Those players quarantined immediately and are expected to return next week for voluntary workouts.
The Blue Jackets shut down their off-ice facilities on Nov. 16 and haven't reopened them since then. They scheduled no voluntary workouts this week due to Thanksgiving.
Columbus will continue to follow all health and safety guidelines, including those laid out by the NHL.
The Golden Knights confirmed Monday night that four of their players recently tested positive.