Boston Bruins at Vancouver Canucks (Series tied at 2), 8 p.m. ET
The Bruins outscored the Canucks 12-1 in the past two games. This is the largest goal differential in a two-game span in Stanley Cup finals history, according to Elias.
For the third straight year, the home team has won the first four games of the Cup finals.
Tim Thomas has 14 wins this postseason, a single-season playoff record for the Bruins.
Roberto Luongo has been pulled three times in the playoffs. He allowed 12 goals on 58 shots in Games 3 and 4 after allowing two goals on 66 shots in Games 1 and 2.
The Canucks are now 1-for-21 on the power play this series.
Brand Marchand's eight goals ties the record for most goals in a single postseason by a Bruins rookie (Bob Joyce in 1988, Mike Krushelnyski in 1983), according to Elias.
In Game 5s in his career, Thomas has a 0.67 goals-against average, a .977 save percentage and is undefeated.