David Krejci turns it up an extra few notches in the postseason, and he is the Bruin who has the most career playoff points with 73.
Playing for the Cup brings out the best in the forward, and back in 2011 as the B’s were hoisting Lord Stanley, Krejci helped lead the way with 12 goals and 23 points. In 2013, the NHL’s leading postseason scorer outdid himself, notching 26 points throughout the postseason.
There is no denying that No. 46 transforms into Mr. Clutch once the regular-season ends, and his seven career game-winning goals in the playoffs only adds to his reputation as one of the best postseason performers in franchise history.