The Vegas Golden Knights eliminated the Winnipeg Jets in five games to advance to the Stanley Cup Final.
Vegas will play the winner of Tampa Bay/Washington, a series that Tampa Bay currently leads 3-2.
Last summer Vegas selected Oscar Lindberg from the Rangers in the expansion draft.
Lindberg played in 63 games for Vegas this season, scoring 9 goals and 2 assists.
He has only played in three playoff games for the Knights during their run, averaging 11:17 and picking up an assist.
Adam Rotter: I, like many, spent most of the year waiting for and expecting Vegas to slow down and play like the expansion team they were supposed to be. They didn't, had a few players turn into stars and now they are four wins away from potentially hoisting the Stanley Cup. It's an incredibly impressive accomplishment from a group that was put together in one summer, fully bought in, and created one of the great stories in sports.
The thing I remember most about Vegas from this season was how the Rangers "saved their season" with that third period comeback on Halloween and started to play and look like the team they were supposed to be. It didn't last, the Rangers flaws returned, many players were traded, coaches were fired and the one of the most fun and successful runs this organization ever produced officially ended. Now the Rangers can only hope to uncover a few gems like Vegas did, have some players develop and try to get back to where they were.
In terms of Oscar Lindberg, he would have helped alleviate the Rangers lack of center depth to start the season but compared to many of the other players on the Vegas team, they came away pretty much unscathed from the expansion draft.