Mark Recchi and Shawn Thornton know a thing or two about playing on the big stage, and succeeding.

Recchi is the NHL’s active leader in playoff goals with 61 — a mark that also has him tied for 25th all-time. He has won two Stanley Cups in his career — with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1991 and the Carolina Hurricanes in 2006 — and continues to be a leader in the Bruins locker room throughout their Stanley Cup Final series with the Vancouver Canucks.

Thornton also has a Stanley Cup win under his belt. He hoisted the iconic trophy in 2007 with the Anaheim Ducks. While he spent some time this postseason as a healthy scratch, he continued to work hard and now has regained a spot in the Bruins’ lineup because of the energy and emotion that he brings to every shift.

To hear more about Recchi’s and Thornton’s playoff history, as well as what they’ve meant to the Bruins this season, check out the video above.