No. 4 Pittsburgh Penguins at No. 5 Tampa Bay Lightning (Pens lead 3-2), 7 p.m. ET
The visiting team has won the past four games of the series.
Pittsburgh coach Dan Bylsma is 5-1 in playoff series with all five series-clinching wins coming on the road.
Steven Stamkos scored two goals in Game 5, the first two playoff goals of his career.
The Penguins have outshot the Lightning by an average margin of 11.2 shots per game.
Tampa Bay has scored eight goals in its 22 power-play opportunities, while Pittsburgh has just one power-play goal in 24 chances.
No. 2 San Jose Sharks at No. 7 Los Angeles Kings (Sharks lead 3-2), 10 p.m. ET
The Kings are trying to come back from a 3-1 series deficit for the second time in franchise history and the first time since 1989 against the Oilers.
The Sharks have been eliminated by a lower-seeded team each of the past three postseasons.
Antero Niittymaki has not started for San Jose, but has allowed just one goal in 91:29 of ice time. His 0.66 goals-against average leads the NHL. In 223:24 of ice time, Antti Niemi has allowed 16 goals for a 4.30 GAA.
Los Angeles is staying competitive in the series by starting strong. The Kings are plus-7 in the first period, while the Sharks have outscored them in every other period.