No. 1 Washington Capitals at No. 5 Tampa Bay Lightning (Lightning lead 2-0), 6:30 p.m. ET
The Lightning have won five straight playoff games and are up 2-0 in a series for the second time in team history.
The last time the Capitals lost the first two games of a series at home was the 2009 conference quarterfinals, in which they went on the beat the Rangers in seven games.
Tampa Bay has 10 power-play goals this postseason, most in the NHL. The Bolts also have killed 45 of 46 power plays this postseason after ranking eighth in penalty-kill percentage during the regular season.
In Game 2, 41-year-old Dwayne Roloson became the fifth goaltender in NHL history to win a playoff overtime game at 40 or older.
Alex Ovechkin has scored a goal every other game this postseason, but he scored in Game 2.
No. 1 Vancouver Canucks at No. 5 Nashville Predators (series tied 1-1), 9 p.m. ET
A golf course in British Columbia named "Predator Ridge" has been renamed "Canucks Ridge" for Vancouver's playoff run.
Tonight's game is the first conference semifinals game ever played in Nashville.
Henrik Sedin has not scored a goal in his past 11 playoff games, while he and brother Daniel have been held without a point in their past three games.
Pekka Rinne has a 1.53 goals-against average and a .940 save percentage since losing Game 4 of the conference quarterfinals to the Ducks, 6-3.
The Predators have tied a game in the final 90 seconds of regulation twice this postseason, with both goals scored by a defenseman -- Shea Weber in Game 5 against the Ducks and Ryan Suter in Game 2 against the Canucks.
Three of Vancouver's past four playoff games have gone into overtime. They are 1-2 in those games.