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Best Moments Bracket Round 3 Results & Final Round Voting

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The Vegas Golden Knights Best Moments Bracket has reached the final round. Fans will have until Friday at 12 p.m. PST to submit their choices for the championship round.

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The Best Moments Bracket has reached its final round as the field of 16 standout performances from 2017-18 have boiled down to two. Deryk Engelland's speech before the home opener on Oct. 10, the No. 1 seed from the City National Arena Conference, has advanced with a 55% to 45% win over William Karlsson's between-the-legs goal against San Jose. From the T Mobile Arena Conference, the No. 1 seed Western Conference Championship has topped Karlsson's overtime winner against San Jose from the second round of the playoffs. That vote concluded at 83% to 17%.

Now, fans have the opportunity to choose the best moment from the historic inaugural season of the Vegas Golden Knights. Get your selections in for Engelland's speech or the Western Conference title to decide which moment will finish at the top!

Read about the match-ups for the Final Round below!

City National Arena Conference

No. 1 Engelland's Speech
Prior to the opening faceoff of the Vegas Golden Knights inaugural home opener, Deryk Engelland expressed his gratitude to the first responders of the October 1 tragedy. Engelland called Vegas home long before being selected by the Golden Knights in the 2017 Expansion Draft. His overarching message to the Vegas faithful: "We are Vegas Strong."

T Mobile Arena Conference

No. 1 Western Conference Champions
On May 20, the Vegas Golden Knights defeated the Winnipeg Jets, 2-1, in Game Five of the Western Conference Final to clinch a berth in the Stanley Cup Final. Deryk Engelland claimed the Clarence Campbell Bowl on behalf of the Golden Knights to signify the first conference championship in franchise history. Ryan Reaves netted the game-winning goal in the second period against his hometown Jets to propel the Golden Knights to the Western Conference title.

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