2. It's not just Ovechkin
Alex Ovechkin had a down season (for him) with 65 points, and the Bruins will try to put Zdeno Chara on the ice against Ovechkin for as many shifts as possible. But the Capitals aren't one-dimensional on offense, as accomplished scorers Alexander Semin (54 points) and Nicklas Backstrom (44 points) will be a handful for the rest of the Bruins' defensemen. The Bruins are a better scoring team than the Capitals overall (they scored 42 more goals), but the Capitals have individual scorers who can make a difference.