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I think at that point, you'll know … I feel like I'll know mentally and physically and emotionally when I'm ready to go."No one should get too excited too quickly.Eichel hasn't played in almost a year, since the Sabres lost 5-2 at the New York Islanders on March 7. He said joining the Golden Knights for the first time was a bit of an emotional moment and that he felt like a kid on Christmas morning."Just with everything that I've been through, it seems like things are getting back to normal for me, so that's what I wanted all along," Eichel said. But Golden Knights captain Mark Stone, a potential linemate, said he thinks Eichel will start developing chemistry with his teammates after one or two games."I think it's a lot easier to build chemistry with a player of his caliber," Stone said. He has never played in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.Imagine if he looks like the Jack Eichel of old in time for the Golden Knights this season.Vegas has advanced to at least the third round of the playoffs three times since joining the NHL as an expansion team in 2017-18, and the Golden Knights (23-14-2) lead the Pacific Division this season despite many injuries and COVID-19 disruptions.

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