3. Depth Scoring.
Everyone knows that the Vegas Golden Knights are loaded with firepower and boast one of the most potent top-six forward units in the entire NHL.
Those six are at the peak of their powers and they should have no problem rising to the occasion during the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
They will need their support team to step up to the plate, however.
And, by support team, we are of course talking about the bottom-six forward unit who will need to pull their weight in the postseason.
Ranked 13th in Goals For Per Game (3.15) in the regular season, the Golden Knights need to spark their secondary scoring into life.
Stone, Pacioretty and the rest of the top six will get the job done, but it takes a complete team effort in order to win the greatest prize in all of sports.
Just look at the Washington Capitals team who beat the Vegas Golden Knights in the 2017-18 Stanley Cup Final.
While the usual suspects in the ilk of Alex Ovechkin went on a tear, they also had huge contributions from up and down their lineup, including from bottom six-forwards Lars Eller and Devante Smith-Pelly who had 18 and eight points respectively.
The Golden Knights will need similar contributions from the likes of Alex Tuch, who is a year removed from a breakout 52 point (20 goals, 32 assists) season and Chandler Stephenson who really found his offensive game after being acquired from the Washington Capitals.
If Tuch, Stephenson and the likes of Ryan Reaves and William Carrier can chip in with offense and also come up clutch in key moments to take the heat off the stars of the team, then that should only help the Vegas Golden Knights achieve their ultimate mission.
Along with a dollop of luck and elite goaltending, of course.