With six Stanley Cups in their franchise history, the Boston Bruins have enjoyed plenty of epic postseason performances.
Bobby Orr and Tim Thomas are Boston's only members of the Conn Smythe Trophy club since the award only came into existence in the mid-1960s, but there have been plenty of massive playoff performances from the Black and Gold.
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Some of them are an entire body of work in the postseason like the ridiculous 13 goals and 27 points that Phil Esposito put up in 1970 for the Bruins while losing out on the Conn Smythe to No. 4.
Some are individual performances like David Pastrnak’s three-goal, six-point game in 2018 that broke a Wayne Gretzky record for the youngest player to author that kind of a prolific game in the postseason. But all of them are greatness personified as big-time performers stepping up in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.