One of the biggest strengths of the Bruins is their depth. A look at the team's scoring log shows the production they consistently receive across the board.
Tyler Seguin led the B's in goals this season, recording 29 in his second NHL season, which was a memorable one for the 20-year-old. Brad Marchand, meanwhile, fell just one goal short of matching Seguin's mark, as he scored 28 goals in the 76 games he played this season.
Four other Bruins — Milan Lucic (26), David Krejci (23), Patrice Bergeron (22) and Chris Kelly (20) — reached the 20-goal plateau, and Nathan Horton (17) appeared to be well on his way before going down with a concussion.
But all of those totals are wiped clean as the B's get set to embark on what they hope will be another lengthy playoff run. Anything that happened during the regular season is now meaningless, and it's up to the B's to make sure they put forth their best effort night in and night out, as the stakes are heightened exponentially.
Big-time players thrive in big situations, and the Bruins have proven they're capable of producing on the game's biggest stage. But who will really step up this time around?
Who will be the Bruins' top goal scorer in their series against the Capitals?