Two seeming teams of destiny are in the Stanley Cup Finals this year. The Capitals have finally overcome their playoff woes to get beyond the second round to win the Eastern Conference, while the Golden Knights are one of the great sports stories of all time. As much as I've enjoyed the Penguins torturing the Capitals in the playoffs, I've found myself rooting for them to beat Columbus and then Tampa. I have a lot of respect for Alexander Ovechkin, who has never been the reason for his team's playoff failures. Little was expected of Washington this year, yet they have persevered and become something they never were before, a gritty playoff team, which is why I think they will pull it off against Vegas as, remarkably, the underdogs in the series.