Led by offensive stars Steven Stamkos, Martin St. Louis, Vincent Lecavalier, Simon Gagne, Teddy Purcell and Sean Bergenheim, Tampa is, simply put, an offensive juggernaut.
Boston, on the other hand, has shown offensive lapses all season and is struggling to take advantage of postseason power-play opportunities.
Head coach Claude Julien, looking to mix things up on the man-advantage, tossed rookie Tyler Seguin in with the power play unit at practice on Monday, two days after last year's No. 2 overall pick popped a goal in Game 1. It was Seguin's first career NHL playoff appearance, and he certainly didn't disappoint, but is it time to throw him into the fire and test his scoring touch on the power play?
The B's clearly have a lot of offensive options to rely on, but which player is most important to the success of the team's power play? Vote below.
Monday, May 16: If Patrice Bergeron returns for Game 2, should Tyler Seguin sit out?
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