Matt Beleskey (lower body) could be ready for Game 6.
"He's getting better," coach Bruce Boudreau. "I'd venture to guess he's not probable tomorrow, but we're looking at Sunday for him being able to play." He hasn't played since Game 1 because of a lower-body injury.
Connor Crisp has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Montreal Canadiens.
In 67 games with Sudbury of the OHL, he recorded 28 goals, 55 points and 120 penalty minutes. Crisp also skated in seven matches with Hamilton in the AHL, where he netted two goals. He was a third round pick (71st overall) in the 2013 draft by Montreal.