The Boston Bruins are making their push to the Stanley Cup finals and have had a real team contribution. 

There's always some constants on the Bruins' lineup during the playoffs like Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron stepping it up during the postseason. 

One player who gets a lot of slack during the regular season because of his $7.25million salary cap hit is David Krejci. 

While Krejci might disappear at times during the season or miss time due to injury, he shows up in the postseason. 

During the B's current playoff run, Krejci has 12 points in 15 games which includes a game winning goal. 

The 12 points bring him up to 98 playoff points total since he made his postseason debut in 2008, only Sidney Crosby (181), Evgeni Malkin (164), Alexander Ovechkin (126), Patrick Kane (123), Marian Hossa (114), Jonathan Toews (110) and Nicklas Backstrom (106) have more points during that span. 

Not too shabby!

Source: Elliotte Friedman