It's do-or-die time for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Vancouver Canucks.
Chasing the final wild-card spots in their respective conferences, both Canadian NHL clubs are playing high-stakes games on Saturday night.
Those two Hockey Night in Canada contests, as well as a pair more, are available to stream online.
Follow the links below to watch the games live.
Detroit Red Wings at Toronto Maple Leafs — 6:30 p.m. ET
The Detroit Red Wings have already contributed to Toronto's longest losing streak in three seasons, jeopardizing the Maple Leafs' playoffs hopes.
Detroit (33-26-14) used a pair of third-period goals to secure a 3-2 victory over visiting Toronto on March 18 to initiate a three-game win streak. The Red Wings have gone 0-2-1 since and gave up two goals in the third period in Thursday's 5-4 loss to Montreal after rallying from a two-goal deficit.
The game starts at 7 p.m., but coverage kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Click here to watch the stream.
Montreal Canadiens at Florida Panthers — 7 p.m. ET
The Montreal Canadiens know they're almost certain to begin the playoffs against a team based in Florida, but they'd prefer not having to travel south to kick off their playoff run.
Getting two points against the Sunshine State team that won't even sniff the postseason will get them closer to that goal.
The Habs look to take another step toward earning home-ice advantage in the first round as they seek a fifth straight victory Saturday night against the host Florida Panthers.
The on-ice action gets started just after 7 p.m. Click here to stream the game.
Winnipeg Jets at Los Angeles Kings — 10 p.m. ET
Late-season surges are becoming the norm for the Los Angeles Kings, and they're proving again that they should be considered dangerous come playoff time.
Los Angeles seeks a sixth straight victory as it kicks off a three-game homestand against the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday night.
Click here to tune in to the 10 p.m. match.
Anaheim Ducks at Vancouver Canucks — 10 p.m. ET
The Anaheim Ducks can match a franchise record for victories Saturday night in their contest against the wild-card-chasing Vancouver Canucks.
Anaheim (47-18-8) last won 48 games in 2006-07 when it finished with a team-record 110 points and won the franchise's lone Stanley Cup. The Ducks are one point behind San Jose in the Pacific Division, with the Sharks playing Saturday afternoon in Colorado.