Flyers at Sabres, 3 p.m. ET (Sabres lead 3-2)
The Sabres looking for first series win since the 2007 conference semifinals.
Out of nine playoff meetings between the Sabres and Flyers, none have gone to a Game 7. The past two meetings ended with the Sabres winning in six games.
The Flyers could start Michael Leighton in net. If he does, he'll be the third different Flyers goalie to start a game in this series.
The Sabres have been short-handed 26 times, the most of any team this postseason.
The team that has scored first has won all five games of the series.
Ducks at Predators, 6 p.m. ET (Preds lead 3-2)
The Predators are looking for their first playoff series win in franchise history (they’ve lost their previous five first-round series).
The Predators are 0-3 in Game 6 and they’ve never played in a Game 7.
Anaheim forward Teemu Selanne leads the NHL with five postseason goals.
The Ducks have a 35.0 power-play percentage, the second-highest of any team this postseason.
Anaheim has seven power-play goals, one shy of the team record in a single series set in the 2009 conference semifinals.
Canucks at Hawks, 7:30 p.m. ET (Canucks lead 3-2)
The Blackhawks are trying to become the seventh team in Stanley Cup playoffs history to force a Game 7 after trailing 3-0 in a series 3-0 (three of them went on to win Game 7).
Vancouver goalie Roberto Luongo has a 7-10 record, 3.56 goals-against average and .887 save percentage versus the Blackhawks in the playoffs.
Luongo has been pulled from each of his past two games, allowing 10 goals on 40 shots.
The Canucks have lost two straight games in regulation; they dropped three straight in regulation once during the regular season (Nov. 17-21).
Chicago’s Duncan Keith leads all defensemen in the postseason with four goals and six points.