The Vegas Golden Knights celebrated Valentine's Day with a flying Flower.
And goalie Marc-Andre Fleury wasn't the only player soaring through the air as the team spent their recovery day on Wednesday with the world-famous Cirque du Soleil, which has a running show in Las Vegas.
Images shared by the team show various players learning the ropes [or sheets, if you prefer] from those involved with the show.
"Who would've thought I'd be flying in the air while holding a couple of sheets? It's pretty neat," said defenseman Deryk Engelland.
Because why not change up the routine once in a while?
"It's fun to change up the routine. When you're doing the same thing, it gets boring sometimes. It's fun to switch it up and come to a place like this." said forward Jonathan Marchessault. "When you're an athlete, it's good to try other stuff. It's definitely a fun day."
And they weren't just flying around. The players tried juggling and some other acrobatic moves that are part of the real show.
"You see other professionals in their line of work. To step inside their world for a bit is awesome. It's a lot of fun to see the professionals do it," defenseman Nate Schmidt said.
As happy as the Golden Knights were to be there, the show tweeted they were just as glad to see their fellow Veags inhabitants.
So if the Golden Knights start breaking out the acrobatics on the ice, we will all know where it came from.