The success of the Bruins has routinely fallen on the shoulders of some of their older, more experienced players. This season, however, two Boston rookies have established themselves as one of the stronger youth corps in the NHL.
Brad Marchand and Tyler Seguin have combined for a total of 19 goals and 40 points this season, and rank second only to a pair of rookies in Edmonton (Taylor Hall and Jordan Eberle) who have combined for 53 points this year.
Marchand has been a pleasant surprise for the Bruins this year, as the 22-year-old is currently riding a hot streak in January, posting seven goals in the past 13 games. Seguin has also found his stride in the professional game, as the 18-year-old has 16 points so far on the year.
Needless to say, the two centers have a bright future ahead of them in Boston. To hear more on the rookie duo, check out the video above from NESN Daily.