Tyler Seguin did an awful lot of growing up over the course of two games.

After getting shut out in the first five games of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series against the Washington Capitals, the Bruins 20-year-old center picked up his team and his game in the final two games.

And though the Bruins exited the playoffs early after last night's 2-1 overtime loss, Seguin provides the organization with some hope. After scoring the Game 6 winner on Sunday, the second-year pro played out of his mind last night.

He led the Bruins with seven shots in almost 19 minutes of ice time and scored the B's only goal, tying the game in the second period.

After being drafted second overall in 2010, Seguin came to the Bruins with a world of expectations. If these past two games say anything, he's headed in the right direction. When asked what he could take from this playoff series, he said, "a lot."