The current leaders return to Tayside a week after dishing out an 8-0 hammering over Omar Pacha’s side in their Challenge Cup quarter final first leg last week.
But with the Stars on an four-game winning run, Keefe is preparing to take on a different animal, but stressed the importance of everyone to step up as his team battle injuries.
“Dundee have four league wins in-a-row and they are coming off a weekend of defeating the Cardiff Devils, which is never easy,” he said.
“They’re riding high at the moment and will be a different prospect than what we faced last Wednesday. They are at home and will be difficult to play against.
“We will be prepped and will go in there and try to find a way to get another win.
“Different guys have to step up on different nights and everyone has to pull their weight. We’ve been doing a pretty good job of that lately.
“But it’s on me to get the most out of each guy and use everyone that we have in order to sustain this tough schedule that we have.”