Winning in the Stanley Cup playoffs means your stars have to step up.
Sometimes, the biggest stars in the game can dominate, like Sidney Crosby. But in other cases, a player with more subtle skills, like Boston's David Krejci, steps up after an ordinary regular season.
On the other hand, the pressure of performing under the brightest lights in a win-or-go-home situation may cause some to falter and lose their way.
Here's a look at the five most and least efficient players, in no particular order, in the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs.