No. 5 Nashville Predators at No. 1 Vancouver Canucks (Canucks lead 3-1), 8 p.m. ET
Ryan Kesler scored three goals in the past two games. He had three goals in his previous 32 postseason games, according to Elias.
Sergei Kostitsyn, Martin Erat and Patric Hornqvist, the Predators' top-three scorers in the regular season with 61 goals and 148 points, have yet to score a goal in the second round, combining for just three assists.
Vancouver blew a 3-0 series lead in the first round against the Blackhawks and didn't knock out the champs until overtime of Game 7.
Canucks captain Henrik Sedin scored into an empty net with 21 seconds left in Game 4 on Thursday. It was the only time either team had led by more than one goal in this low-scoring series.
This was the Predators first appearance in the Western Conference semifinals in the franchise's 12-year history.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.