In the next two slides, we'll include multiple players who only played in one of the team's first two playoff games.
For the "hot" slide, a tip of the hat must be extended to Matt Frattin and Ryan Hamilton for their emphatic returns to the Maple Leafs' top 12.
Both provided energy, as well as production, with both players notching an assist.
For Frattin, he was great with the puck, absorbing just about all contact thrown his way from the Bruins, and even managed to create a three-on-two down low, which ended up turning into Joffrey Lupul's second goal of the night.
The peanut gallery was unanimous in their praise for the youngster:
Hamilton also found his way onto the scoresheet, assisting on Phil Kessel's breakaway goal, as he fed the puck to Nazem Kadri, who was able to send Kessel to the races with a beautiful stretch pass.
He was also involved in front of the net during a flurry of action that saw Toronto pick up a few really good opportunities in the second period.
Both Frattin and Hamilton made it tough for Randy Carlyle to justify sitting them again in Game 3.