Other than Sutter and Adams being painfully slow, they've done a good job overall IMO. In fact, has the entire bottom 6 even allowed a goal at even strength in the playoffs? Cooke hasn't been on te scoresheet much, but he's been a monster, and he actually seems to be drawing more penalties than he's taking.
Secondary scoring in the playoffs is all about timely goals. The Kennedy goal was huge last series. Getting a goal from Murray in the 3rd period of the game 3 overtime win against the Isles was huge, and then obviously the Orpik goal closed the series out. Vitale got a huge helper on the Dupuis goal last series, and Bennett scored the series opener against the Isles.
Obviously Sid and Geno are racking up points, but the bottom 6 plus unexpected defensive scoring has really been a factor thus far. That's how Cups are won. In 1991, Randy Gilhen had that huge goal. In 1992, the Muskegeon line stepped in and played well. In 2009, goals from Eaton vs. Philly and Boucher against Carolina were huge moments in those series.