Both Seguin and Marchand have already set career highs in goals and points in a single season, but they're not done yet.
Seguin scored for the first time in six games on Saturday and the third time in his last 10, while Marchand has scored four times in his last 10 including one on Saturday as well.
After last year's Stanley Cup championship run, big expectations have been put on Marchand and Seguin. They have not disappointed. This is the type of production the Bruins expected out of Seguin when they drafted him second overall in the 2010 NHL Draft.
The Bruins may not have expected quite as many goals from Marchand, but he has proven that last year's playoff perfromance was no fluke. He's also played in a few less games than Seguin because of of a five game suspension he served earlier in the year.
While there's no guarantee that Seguin and Marchand finish the season with the most goals on the Bruins, they've got a good chance. The question is, will either one be able to pull ahead of the other?