Boston Bruins linemates Tyler Seguin and Brad Marchand know they need to be better, much better, in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series against the Toronto Maple Leafs Sunday night at Air Canada Centre.

Seguin remains without a point and Marchand has only two assists in the first five games. Center Patrice Bergeron, who is still one of the best players on the ice, has one goal and one assist.

“We obviously know how we’re playing and how much more we want to bring to the table. It’s about being accountable right now,” Seguin said after the team’s morning skate at ACC.

Boston’s second line was its most consistent during the entire season, but Seguin and Marchand have not made the same kind of contributions in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Bruins coach Claude Julien has said as much himself and would like to see Marchand and Seguin do more in other aspects of the game too.

“I think we’ve had plenty of opportunities throughout the series to score goals, especially early on the first few games we felt good and we were creating a lot, but they weren’t going in,” Marchand said. “We had a goal called back and hit a few crossbars, but at some point you do have to find a way to score goals. It’s something we haven’t done yet, but hopefully if we do everything right tonight hopefully we’ll get some bounces.