One team looks to continue its march towards making history, while the other tries to do something few teams have ever accomplished.
The Kings are just one win away from reaching the Stanley Cup Finals, and competing for the chance to be the lowest seed to ever win the title. In 1995, the Devils became the lowest seed to win an NHL championship as the number five seed in the East.
The Coyotes are attempting to comeback from a 3-0 series deficit. Los Angeles won the first three games, with Phoenix stealing Game 4 on Sunday.
Game 5 between the two teams is set to get underway at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday night in Phoenix. You can watch the game on the NBC Sports Network. If you can't get to a television, you can watch a live stream online here.
After being the final team in the West to make the postseason, the Kings have been dominant in the playoffs. They're 11-2 and have yet to lose on the road.
Coyotes goalie Mike Smith has been stellar in the playoffs, allowing just 1.9 goals per game. However, Los Angeles has been able to score on him for much of this series. The Kings scored four times in both Games 1 and 2.
While L.A.'s offense has been good the entire postseason, their defense has been even better. Goaltender Jonathan Quick has allowed just 1.46 goals per game, saving 94.8 percent of the shots that come his way.
The Kings are favored to close out the series in Phoenix. Most Las Vegas sportsbooks have set the odds of Los Angeles winning Game 5 at minus 130.