While the Pens won all three regular-season matchups with the Bruins, each game was decided by a single goal and was a tight-checking and low-scoring contest. That was then, this is now. With the two teams averaging a combined 7.44 goals per game and with six of the top seven playoff scorers taking part, this series figures to be anything but low scoring.
If the Pens are to continue their march to the Stanley Cup, they will need their stars to rise to the occasion. With that in mind, here's a look at who the five most important Penguins will be in the Eastern Conference Finals: