The 'Hawks don't need Jonathan Toews to produce at a high level when depth players like Bryan Bickell are scoring 13 points through 17 games played.
The former second-round selection has been a revelation for Chicago in these playoffs, posturing as a goal-scorer while antagonizing the opposition's best players.
Bickell is currently tied for 16th in playoff scoring, putting him ahead of players such as Pascal Dupuis and Patrick Kane.
Chicago shouldn't be surprised by Marian Hossa's points explosion in these playoffs. He's tied for sixth in league scoring and is a known and accomplished Stanley Cup playoff performer.
Hossa is once again up to his old tricks as he's spearheading Chicago's attack along with Patrick Sharp. There may not be a more underrated two-way forward left in the playoffs at this point.
One of the most confident puck-carriers in the NHL, Patrick Kane is no stranger to scoring big goals in the Stanley Cup Final.
He's was great for the 'Hawks against the L.A. Kings, and he will be looking to kick the killer instinct into overdrive against the Bruins after scoring three goals in Game 5.
Boston's power play had been sputtering through the first round against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Bruins were having issues scoring goals with the extra man, which was a big reason why their first-round series went to seven games.
Enter Torey Krug.
The young defender wasn't expected to be a part of Boston's roster in any way during the playoffs. Now it's hard to imagine the Bruins without Krug on the back end. He isn't going to bowl anyone over, but his speed and hockey IQ are both off the charts.
Brad Marchand is Matthew Barnaby with a scoring touch. He's an absolute pain to play against and always seems to score at the most in-your-face moments.
Nothing is more demoralizing than watching one of your star players get lit up on one shift, only to watch the guy who landed the hit score a goal on the next shift.
Boston has the second-most effective five-on-five offensive game in the playoffs, thanks in large part to the work of David Krejci (along with Nathan Horton and Milan Lucic, his linemates).
He's the leading scorer this postseason and is four points ahead of the second-place Horton. Krejci has been a dynamic force in the offensive zone on nearly every shift and is arguably the most dangerous forward in the Stanley Cup Final.