The Bruins are in the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 1990, and they will be seeking their first Stanley Cup championship since 1972. Needless to say, B's fans are ecstatic and ready to continue their support of the team's quest for the cup.

Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs addressed the media at a press conference on Sunday to discuss the team's playoff success, and how he feels in the wake of the team being crowned Eastern Conference champions.

He discussed how impressed he has been by the leadership shown throughout the organization — from top to bottom. He praised the work of head coach Claude Julien, team president Cam Neely, general manager Peter Chiarelli and team captain Zdeno Chara, among others.

To see the complete press conference, check out the video above.