Cassidy noted that while the Bruins need to keep an eye on Wilson, they can't give Washington's third-ranked power play unit any extra chances. "I don't think you can go looking for it and put yourself in a position where they're power player is taking advantage of us. Because it is very good. Our penalty kill is excellent as well so we'll deal with that, but we don't want to put extra burden on ourselves," he explained. "There has to be a little more awareness when he's on the ice. That's built in, I think guys know that," Cassidy continued. "But the other stuff, you've got to be careful that you're not putting your team at a disadvantage, yet still keep them honest." At the same time, Cassidy says he feels the Bruins have the size to deal with any issues that may arise. "That's why we have some some bigger bodies in the lineup I feel that can handle that," he said. "Right now we do have Richie, we have Kevan Miller, we have some bigger bodies that can talk to him as it goes along. So I think that's why it's going to be such a good series."