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WINNIPEG, MB - MAY 20: Deryk Engelland #5 of the Vegas Golden Knights celebrates with the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl after defeating the Winnipeg Jets 2-1 in Game Five of the Western Conference Finals to advance to the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Bell MTS Place on May 20, 2018 in Winnipeg, Canada. (Photo by Jason Halstead/Getty Images)

After 227 games since their inaugural home-opener, the Vegas Golden Knights made history by winning game 5 of the 2018 Western Conference Finals and advancing to the Stanley Cup Final.

The Vegas Golden Knights made an incredible run during their debut in the 2017-2018 NHL season. Winning 51 games and losing only 24 games.

However, the team’s magic wouldn’t have ended there. The Vegas Golden Knights would continue winning in their first playoff appearance.

Sweeping the Los Angeles Kings in 4 games, beating the San Jose Sharks in 6 games and beating the Winnipeg Jets in 5 games to clinch the Western Conference Finals and advance to the Stanley Cup Final.

However, the team met their match and was defeated by the Washington Capitals in game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.