And then there were four teams left which means less rookies but hey! There are still some great players to talk about, especially the first one...
Guentzel is King of the Rookies in the playoffs and leads in points, goals, and is tied for the lead in assists (one of the people he's tied with is on here!). Guentzel's 14 points (9 G, 5 A) are double the amount of the second spot on the points list.
He will have to help his team on their quest to win two straight Stanley Cups and have the chance to hold the Cup during his rookie season. That would be the best story to tell others besides being among greats like Crosby, Ovechkin, the Rocket, and more as one of the few to score a hat trick in the playoffs.
Montour leads all rookies in plus-minus with +10 in the playoffs. Montour was +1 in the opening game of the Western Conference Final on Friday.
He also leads the rookies who are left in the playoffs in time on ice per game at 20 minutes.
Harpur is second to Montour's ice time for the remaining rookies at 18:30 per game for the Senators.
One century of this game and League is a wonderful milestone to celebrate. Let's hope to do this in the next century!