BOSTON – Bruins forward Marcus Johansson is trying to win a Stanley Cup, not worrying about what’s going to happen to him July 1.

But his three goals and seven points in 12 games, including a goal and an assist in Game 1 of Eastern Conference final, has moved him into the top 20 of USA TODAY Sports’ 2019 list of potential unrestricted free agents.

“Good stick, good acceleration and then has the composure to make a play,” Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said about Johansson’s work to set up the Bruins’ first goal in a 5-2 win against the Carolina Hurricanes.

The speedy Johansson knocked the puck away from Carolina defenseman Justin Faulk and then delivered a nifty backhand pass to Steven Kampfer, who drove the puck into the net. In the third period, Johansson knocked home a rebound on the power play to tie the game and start a momentum reversal.