Phoenix's Antoine Vermette feels Michael Frolik's wrath as he attempts to make a pass. All five of the games in this series have gone to overtime. Would you bet against that happening in Game 6?
Phoenix's Mike Smith, right, makes a save on a shot by Chicago's Viktor Stalberg. Smith seemed to be the busier goalie of the two, and he couldn't really be faulted for either of Chicago's two goals.
To your left
Blackhawks left-winger Bryan Bickell (above) netted an overtime winner in Game 2, but Jonathan Toews did the same thing for Chicago in Game 5.
Where are you going?
Coyotes center Boyd Gordon picks up the puck under pressure from Blackhawks defenseman Nick Leddy. The Blackhawks overturned a 1-0 deficit to win Game 5 in overtime and move the series back to Chicago.
Show of strength
Coyotes center Antoine Vermette tries to jam the puck into the net, but Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford, center Marcus Kruger and defenseman Brent Seabrook defend. Chicago kept their season alive with a 2-1 overtime win.
St. Louis' Jamie Langenbrunner, right, tries to control the puck as San Jose Sharks goalie Antti Niemi was at the center of a third-period defensive collapse.
St. Louis' Barret Jackman and San Jose's Martin Havlat, of the Czech Republic chase after a loose puck. The Sharks struck late in the second before the Blues stunned San Jose with two goals in quick succession in the third.
Out of touch
Senators left-winger Milan Michalek comes in for the puck as Rangers defenseman Dan Girardi moves to defend during the second period. The Senators held a 1-0 lead for most of the game before banking a late empty-netter for insurance.
Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvistdidn't play badly - he just didn't get any help from his offense. He did well to deflects this particular shot on goal by Senators right-winger Erik Condra.
The Rangers just couldn't get past Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson in Game 5, and they will need to figure out how to do so in a hurry if they don't want to be sent home early.
Rats what's up
How do Panthers fans show appreciation for wins? By tossing plastic rats onto the ice when the final clock strikes zero. Florida won Game 5 by a score of 3-0 against the Devils.
Florida's Brian Campbell and New Jersey's Petr Sykora try to maintain their balance as they battle for the puck during the second period of Game 5. The Panthers now have two chances to close out the Devils.
Yeah way, Jose
Panthers goalie Jose Theodore played flawlessly after getting smoked in Game 4, and Florida now needs one more win to eliminate the Devils.
Florida Panthers right-winger Scottie Upshall celebrates his goal against Devils goalie Martin Brodeur. This made the game 2-0, and the the Devils seemed to let down a bit after that.
New Jersey Devils right-winger David Clarkson and Florida Panthers defenseman Erik Gudbranson crash into the glass behind the Panthers goal during the first period of Game 5. The last two games of the series has seen both home teams win in shutouts.
Off the rebound
Capitals right-winger Mike Knuble slides the puck under the out stretched stick of Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas to give Washington a 3-2 lead early in the third period. The Caps are one more win away from sending the defending champs packing.
Washington's Troy Brouwer celebrates his winning goal as he fired a shot past Tim Thomas with just under 90 seconds remaining in regulation.
'Back in action
The Capitals were happy to see Nicklas Backstrom back in the lineup after a one-game suspension for a cross-check to the face of Boston's Rich Peverley. Backstrom even apologized to his teammates before the game.
Rich Peverley and Washington's John Carlson battled for the puck in Game 5 on more than one occasion. The Bruins came back twice against Washington, but the Caps put the game away late and escaped with a 4-3 win.
Patrice Bergeron of the Bruins hits the ice and looks for a shot from the point. The difference in the game may have been the length of time it took the Bruins to finally get one past Braden Holtby.
Boston's Brad Marchand scores on Washington Capitals goalie Braden Holtby during the second period. The Bruins erased a 2-0 deficit in the second period in a matter of 28 seconds.
Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas stopped every shot he faced in the first period, but the Caps would soon find their scoring touch in the second.