No. 2 Flyers versus No. 7 Sabres, 7 p.m. ET
There was one combined goal scored in Game 1; in Game 2, there were a combined nine goals, six in the first period alone.
Sabres goalie Ryan Miller was 3-0 at home versus the Flyers in the 2006 conference quarterfinals.
Miller has 13 home playoff wins since 2006, tied with Evgeni Nabokov for fourth in the NHL during that span.
Flyers goalie Brian Boucher was 3-5 on the road in the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs.
Flyers goalie Sergei Bobrovsky is 0-3-2 in his past seven games dating back to the regular season.
No. 3 Bruins versus No. 6 Canadiens, 7:30 p.m. ET
The Canadiens have scored first, and quickly, in the first two games of this series -- 2:44 into Game 1 and 43 seconds into Game 2.
Tonight’s game is the first meeting between the teams in Montreal since Max Pacioretty suffered a concussion and a fractured vertebra after getting hit into a padded stanchion by Boston defenseman Zdeno Chara.
The Bruins have lost six straight postseason games dating back to last season's conference semifinal collapse versus the Flyers.
The Bruins have never come back from 2-0 series deficit.
Boston has been held to three goals or less in each of its past 11 games dating back to the regular season (5-5-1 over that span).
The last time the Canadiens lost a 2-0 series lead was in the 2006 conference quarterfinals against the Carolina Hurricanes, who went on to win the Stanley Cup.
No. 4 Pens versus No. 5 Lightning, 7:30 p.m. ET
The Penguins are 0-13 on the power play in the series.
Pittsburgh is averaging 2.33 goals per game since Sidney Crosby last played on Jan. 5. Only the Kings have a lower average among current playoff teams over that span (2.29).
The Lightning won both home games versus the Penguins during the regular season.
Tampa Bay has lost its last two series when it is tied at 1 and is 1-4 in playoff home games since winning Game 7 of the 2004 Stanley Cup finals.
No. 3 Red Wings versus No. 6 Coyotes, 10:30 p.m. ET
Detroit’s Pavel Datsyuk has eight goals and 10 assists in his past 14 playoff games, while Franzen has nine game-winning postseason goals since 2008, most in the NHL over that span.
The last time the Red Wings were up 2-0 in a series was in the 2009 Stanley Cup finals. They eventually lost in seven games to the Penguins.
The Coyotes have never rallied back from a 2-0 hole to win a series (they are 0-7 in that scenario).
Phoenix captain Shane Doan is one goal away from becoming the fifth player in Coyotes/Jets history with 10 career postseason goals.
The Coyotes have lost three straight home games against the Red Wings in last season’s conference quarterfinals.