The Knights, whose hometown of Sin City stands in stark contrast to the humble streets of Canada's Winnipeg, are playing with house money after becoming the third expansion team in National Hockey League history to make the playoffs in its first season.
Now, with their Game 7 win over the Nashville Predators, the Jets have the honour of being the best team left standing in the 2017-18 Stanley Cup playoffs. With the win, the Jets beat the Predators four games to three. The Golden Knights beat the Jets in two of three regular season meetings.
On the Eastern Conference side of the playoffs, the Tampa Bay Lightning will host the Washington Capitals in Game 1 on Friday night.
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The other teams to be that dominant on the road were Detroit in the first round against Phoenix in 2010, Chicago in the second round that same year against Vancouver and the Pittsburgh Penguins in Round 1 this year against Philadelphia.
Jets center Mark Scheifele made some history of his own. All seven of his goals against Nashville were scored at Bridgestone Arena.
Jets center Paul Stastny, acquired in a trade with the St. Louis Blues on February 26, had two goals and an assist Thursday, giving him eight points (four goals, four assists) in four NHL Game 7 appearances.
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Paul Stastny's goal came after defenseman Tyler Myers gave the Jets a 1-0 lead at 8:41.
Winnipeg won Game 1, 4-1, then added a 6-2 win in Game 5 and the 5-1 win in Game 7.
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