The Boston Bruins need to get back to what won them the Stanley Cup last year. They need to play physical, in your face hockey.
The offense has been a major disappointment in the first two games against the Washington Capitals. Despite going up against an unproven goalie, they have only managed to score a single goal in each game.
Tim Thomas and the defense have held Alexander Ovechkin and the Capitals in check, but the offense needs to start winning more battles in the corners and fighting for position in front of Braden Holtby.
Here is a list ranking the seven most critical players in the Bruins quest to repeat.