However, much like Game 3, the Golden Knights quickly responded as Tomas Nosek scored his first of the goal giving Vegas a 2-1 lead heading into the third period.
Jets defenseman Tyler Meyers was called for interference after knocking Ryan Carpenter down away from the puck as he attempted to enter the zone, and the Golden Knights quickly made Winnipeg pay with the man advantage.
"We didn't even care anything about hockey until we learned about the Golden Knights, and we started gaining some pride over it", De La Torre said.
Hellebuyck made 27 saves but lost for the third consecutive game despite telling reporters after Game 3 that he liked his game better than Fleury's.
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"All series long we've been doing it", Fleury said. The club has been relying heavily on centre Mark Scheifele during the series against Vegas.
Jets coach Paul Maurice said the 22-year-old forward would be a game-time decision. "In order to be successful we need the other guys going as well".
While Marchessault got things going early to give the Golden Knights a 1-0 lead, their second line of Neal, Tuch and Erik Haula continued to heat up.
After Scheifele tied the game in the second period, Neal answered 12 seconds later after Haula dished a ideal pass to give the Knights a 2-1 lead. Less than two minutes later, he smothered the puck with a slew of players piled near the crease.
"He's made unbelievable saves", Gallant said of Fleury. That's Fleury. He's been great all playoffs, he's been great all year for us. "I'm sweating on the bench yelling my head off and I look down there and he's just having fun".More news: Trump Administration to Reportedly Reinstate Domestic "Gag Rule" on Abortion
"I am just living in the moment", Karlsson said. I think the Jets are prepared for it and us fans are too.
"We win that game nine times out of 10 - tonight was that one", Winnipeg's Blake Wheeler said.
The Golden Knights, the expansion team that has exceeded expectations throughout the season, have won three games in a row since the Jets claimed the series opener. "I didn't know if we'd go this far right now, but I knew we had (as good) a chance as anybody else".
Allissa - one of the prostitutes - added, "If the Knights go all the way, I'll go all the way".
Jets' star defenseman Dustin Byfuglien whiffed on a shot at the point with the game tied 2-2 late in the third period, and Reilly Smith jumped on the puck.More news: FDA approves anti-migraine drug from Novartis, Amgen
Vegas was clinging to its 1-0 lead midway through the second period until Patrik Laine got Winnipeg on the board with his own power-play goal.