Since being put together in Game 2 by John Tortorella, the Brandon Prust-Brian Boyle-Sean Avery line has arguably been the best line on the ice for either team.
A line full of speed, grit, and toughness they have been able to get things going on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ice.
The physicality they possess and bring each and every shift is unmatched in the series and will wear down the Capitals' skaters.
It was a key coincidental minor Brian Boyle baited rookie defenseman John Carlson into taking that set up the four-on-four in which Brandon Dubinsky scored because Carlson was not on the ice to defend his line that shift.
In playoff hockey if you can throw the body, block shots, win the battles in the corners, and create scoring chances you will eventually be successful, and that is what this line does for the New York Rangers.