I think in more ways than one, after reviewing the Kings' bottom-six in the postseason, they were responsible for a huge number of victories.
However, during the regular season, they were responsible for headaches, losses, and a lack of production on multiple occasions.
Depth ultimately dictates a lot of teams playoffs runs and regular season successes. When the scoring doesn't come from the top, it is picked up from other areas.
There were some guys in the bottom-six this year that played very well and filled that role. Then there are others who would probably like to forget this season of their career...aside from winning the Stanley Cup that is.