Depth was huge for the Blueshirts in Game 5, and it was the main reason the Rangers won. Game 5 saw four different Rangers record a goal, and eight different players recorded a point. Dominic Moore had an amazing Game 5, and he tallied a goal and an assist in the victory.
His effort on the forecheck was key, and he was one of the Rangers' top overall forwards. Brian Boyle put the game out of reach with an empty-net goal, and he was another forward who stepped up in this game.
It was nice to see Brad Richards and Marc Staal score as well, but Game 5 was a celebration of the unsung heroes, and the guys who don't always get the recognition they deserve. The addition of J.T. Miller instead of Dan Carcillo was another underrated move that panned out, and that really speaks to the overall depth of the 2013-14 Rangers.