Jaromir Jagr and Tyler Seguin have both been big contributors for the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final.
However, those contributions have not come in the goal-scoring category. Jagr has not scored a goal in the postseason even though he has taken 56 shots on goal in the playoffs—the third most of any player on the Bruins.
Jagr has 10 assists and has shown the ability to carry the puck, fend off defenders and make crisp passes.
Crawford has made several brilliant saves on Jagr.
Seguin has scored just one goal in the playoffs, in Game 4 of the conference semifinals against the New York Rangers. However, much like Jagr, he has been a solid contributor with his speed, passing and surprising defensive ability.
Seguin has one goal and six assists in the postseason. He has taken 68 shots on goal, a figure that ranks second on the team to Patrice Bergeron.
If the Bruins are going to take home the Stanley Cup, it seems likely that Jagr or Seguin will have to score a goal or two.