1. What is the gateway on the devices connected to switch B, 172.22.254.250 or 172.22.254.254?
If the devices point to the switch as there gateway then you just need to create a Layer-3 link between the switches. And make sure that you have a static route or routing protocol running between them.
If the devices use the router as the gateway, then you have 2 options. Move the IP from Router B to Switch B, and then create a layer 3 link between the switches. Of create the VLAN on switch B on Switch A and move the IP address from Router B to Switch A.
I wouldn't recommend moving the Router B ip address to the other side of the link due to all of the layer 2 traffic that would have to be sent (ie. ARP, broadcasts, etc.). But it is an option.
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