Not sure to call it a Miracle on "Dice" or a Cinderella story, but the Las Vegas Golden Knights have turned the National Hockey League upside down. The expansion team (usually finish last, hope to be respectable) are now the Western Conference Champions and bidding for their first Stanley Cup Championship. In their first year. It's been 25 years since a team from Canada has won the Cup. The Washington Capitals have been trying to win the Stanley Cup for over 40 years with no luck. But the Golden Knights are four wins away. After dropping the Western Conference Finals Game 1 to the home-standing Winnipeg Jets, the Golden Knights won four straight games behind net-minder Marc-Andre Fleury. Fleury stonewalled the Jets allowing only 6 goals in four games. The three-time Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup winning goalie stopped 129 out of 135 shots (96%) with just 1.5 goals per game. The Knights are a complete team without a lot of scoring weapons, but with Fleury in goal, it may be their year. He is the Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!