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A franchise that had just two players under contract at this time last year before filling out the rest of its initial roster with castoffs from the league’s other 30 clubs in the expansion draft is now just four wins from hockey’s ultimate prize.

"The guys that weren’t playing, myself included, we stayed ready," said Reaves, who munched on a couple slices of pizza before fielding questions from reporters. "We had fun while we were doing it, but we worked hard so when we were called upon we were ready to go."

"It’s insane," said Knights defenceman Deryk Engelland, who grabbed the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl after the final buzzer to celebrate with his teammates. "Your goal (at the start of the season) is always to make the playoffs. But if I were to guess I would be sitting here doing this right now, you would be a little skeptical at the time.

Down 2-1 after 40 minutes Sunday, Winnipeg got a power play early in the third, but couldn’t muster much of anything. The Knights smothered much of the Jets’ attack for the next 10 minutes, with Hellebuyck having to come up with some big stops to keep his team within one.

The Jets, meanwhile, had the NHL’s second-best record with 114 points in the regular season. They advanced to the conference final with a five-game defeat of the Minnesota Wild in the opening round before topping the Presidents’ Trophy winning Nashville Predators in Game 7 on the road.

The usual raucous, white-clad crowd at Bell MTS Place — not to mention the thousands of fans outside the arena attending a street party on a sun-drenched spring afternoon — were silenced just 5:11 into Sunday’s game when Tuch jumped on a Morrissey turnover and fired his sixth past Hellebuyck.

Ryan Reaves scored the game-winning goal, Marc-Andre Fleury made 31 saves and the expansion Vegas Golden Knights continued their improbable run by defeating the Winnipeg Jets 2-1 on Sunday to win the best-of-seven Western Conference final 4-1.

A franchise that had just two players under contract at this time last year before filling out the rest of its initial roster with castoffs from the league’s other 30 clubs in the expansion draft is now just four wins from hockey’s ultimate prize.

"The guys that weren’t playing, myself included, we stayed ready," said Reaves, who munched on a couple slices of pizza before fielding questions from reporters. "We had fun while we were doing it, but we worked hard so when we were called upon we were ready to go."

"It’s insane," said Knights defenceman Deryk Engelland, who grabbed the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl after the final buzzer to celebrate with his teammates. "Your goal (at the start of the season) is always to make the playoffs. But if I were to guess I would be sitting here doing this right now, you would be a little skeptical at the time.

Down 2-1 after 40 minutes Sunday, Winnipeg got a power play early in the third, but couldn’t muster much of anything. The Knights smothered much of the Jets’ attack for the next 10 minutes, with Hellebuyck having to come up with some big stops to keep his team within one.

The Jets, meanwhile, had the NHL’s second-best record with 114 points in the regular season. They advanced to the conference final with a five-game defeat of the Minnesota Wild in the opening round before topping the Presidents’ Trophy winning Nashville Predators in Game 7 on the road.

The usual raucous, white-clad crowd at Bell MTS Place — not to mention the thousands of fans outside the arena attending a street party on a sun-drenched spring afternoon — were silenced just 5:11 into Sunday’s game when Tuch jumped on a Morrissey turnover and fired his sixth past Hellebuyck.

A franchise that had just two players under contract at this time last year before filling out the rest of its initial roster with castoffs from the league’s other 30 clubs in the expansion draft is now just four wins from hockey’s ultimate prize.

"The guys that weren’t playing, myself included, we stayed ready," said Reaves, who munched on a couple slices of pizza before fielding questions from reporters. "We had fun while we were doing it, but we worked hard so when we were called upon we were ready to go."

"It’s insane," said Knights defenceman Deryk Engelland, who grabbed the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl after the final buzzer to celebrate with his teammates. "Your goal (at the start of the season) is always to make the playoffs. But if I were to guess I would be sitting here doing this right now, you would be a little skeptical at the time.

Down 2-1 after 40 minutes Sunday, Winnipeg got a power play early in the third, but couldn’t muster much of anything. The Knights smothered much of the Jets’ attack for the next 10 minutes, with Hellebuyck having to come up with some big stops to keep his team within one.

The Jets, meanwhile, had the NHL’s second-best record with 114 points in the regular season. They advanced to the conference final with a five-game defeat of the Minnesota Wild in the opening round before topping the Presidents’ Trophy winning Nashville Predators in Game 7 on the road.

The usual raucous, white-clad crowd at Bell MTS Place — not to mention the thousands of fans outside the arena attending a street party on a sun-drenched spring afternoon — were silenced just 5:11 into Sunday’s game when Tuch jumped on a Morrissey turnover and fired his sixth past Hellebuyck.

A franchise that had just two players under contract at this time last year before filling out the rest of its initial roster with castoffs from the league’s other 30 clubs in the expansion draft is now just four wins from hockey’s ultimate prize.

"The guys that weren’t playing, myself included, we stayed ready," said Reaves, who munched on a couple slices of pizza before fielding questions from reporters. "We had fun while we were doing it, but we worked hard so when we were called upon we were ready to go."

"It’s insane," said Knights defenceman Deryk Engelland, who grabbed the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl after the final buzzer to celebrate with his teammates. "Your goal (at the start of the season) is always to make the playoffs. But if I were to guess I would be sitting here doing this right now, you would be a little skeptical at the time.

Down 2-1 after 40 minutes Sunday, Winnipeg got a power play early in the third, but couldn’t muster much of anything. The Knights smothered much of the Jets’ attack for the next 10 minutes, with Hellebuyck having to come up with some big stops to keep his team within one.

The Jets, meanwhile, had the NHL’s second-best record with 114 points in the regular season. They advanced to the conference final with a five-game defeat of the Minnesota Wild in the opening round before topping the Presidents’ Trophy winning Nashville Predators in Game 7 on the road.

The usual raucous, white-clad crowd at Bell MTS Place — not to mention the thousands of fans outside the arena attending a street party on a sun-drenched spring afternoon — were silenced just 5:11 into Sunday’s game when Tuch jumped on a Morrissey turnover and fired his sixth past Hellebuyck.