Given how often the Bruins play a Canadian team during the NHL playoffs, Tim Hortons really may want to consider rebranding its Boston Cream donut -- at least until the finals are over.

Here’s why: Below is a picture posted to imgur of the Tim Hortons location at Montreal’s Bell Centre. Note how the shelves are largely devoid of donuts, save for the Boston Cream.

Would you buy a Boston Cream donut at a Habs-Bruins game? Yeah, us neither.

But wait, right above the Boston Creams, a shelf of Boston Maples and it's nearly empty.... So maple trumps Boston! Well we knew that already didn't we.

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  • 14) The Basic Beard: André Roy

    André Roy's team, the <a href="http://lightning.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Tampa Bay Lightning</a>, took home the Stanley Cup when Roy sported this well-manicured playoff beard in 2004. <br/> <br/> Pros: even distribution, nice color, above-average grooming <br/> Cons: lack of imagination, and...above-average grooming <br/> <strong>Final Score: a solid C</strong>

  • 13) The #TeamEmo Beard: The Phoenix Coyotes

    The Coyotes' 2012 line-up featured several of the <a href="http://coyotes.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Phoenix Coyotes</a> sporting hip, patchy scruff during their journey to the Stanley Cup championship. <br/> <br/> Pros: huge props for team effort <br/> Cons: notable lack of aggressive, unruly growth <br/> <strong>Score: C+</strong>

  • 12) The Classic Beard: Patrick Maroon

    2014 has seen its share of playoff beards too. This one from the <a href="http://ducks.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Duck's</a> Forward Patrick Maroon is straightforward, but robust. <br/> <br/> Pros: the perfect beard for the well-groomed guy <br/> Cons: not ambitious enough for a dude with some serious hair-growing potential <br/> <strong>Score: B-</strong>

  • 11) The Redbeard Beard: Raffi Torres

    Raphael "Raffi" Torres, who played for the <a href="http://canucks.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Vancouver Canucks</a> at the time, grew this ruby masterpiece for the 2011 playoffs against the Boston Bruins. <br/> <br/> Pros: striking color to scare off predators <br/> Cons: missed growth opportunity (i.e., could be longer) <br/> <strong>Score: B-</strong>

  • 10) The Two-Tone Beard: Jake Voráček

    Czech Jake Voráček of the Philadelphia Flyers has this gnarly beard in the works for his team's current run at the championship. <br/> <br/> Pros: inexplicable blonde-black combo, impressive handlebar mustache situation <br/> Cons: sideburns noticeably absent and/or undefined <br/> <strong>Score: B</strong>

  • 9) The Drop-Dead Gorgeous Beard: Chris Higgins

    Chris Higgins grew this impressively full beard during the 2011 playoffs. His <a href="http://canucks.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Vancouver Canucks</a> made it to the finals that season, but lost to the Boston Bruins four games to three. <br/> <br/> Pros: the kind of beard that makes one stop and think, "damn, that's a beautiful beard." <br/> Cons: distracting, untrimmed mustache hairs <br/> <strong>Score: B</strong>

  • 8) The Mood-Appropriate Beard: Jordie Benn

    Jordie Benn of the <a href="http://stars.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Dallas Stars</a> is also rocking a pretty mean beard for this year's playoffs. <br/> <br/> Pros: excellent facial expression/facial hair harmony <br/> Cons: none really, but we've seen better <br/> <strong>Score: B</strong>

  • 7) The Mid-Length Beard: Ville Leino

    Finnish player Ville Leino grew this beard out for the 2010 playoffs with the Flyers. He currently plays for the Buffalo Sabres. <br/> <br/> Pros: perfect juxtaposition of untamed length and well-groomed shaping <br/> Cons: holding back a bit on the sides <br/> <strong>Score: B</strong>

  • 6) The Orange Extravaganza Beard: Claude Giroux

    This might as well be the same picture as the previous bearded Flyer, but Center Claude Giroux of the <a href="http://flyers.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Philadelphia Flyers</a> grew this fiery gem for the 2010 playoffs. His team advanced to the Finals that season, but were defeated by the Chicago Blackhawks. <br/> <br/> Pros: coloring pairs <em>perfectly</em> with the Flyers uniform (sorry, Ville) <br/> Cons: notable gap between mustache and chin beard <br/> <strong>Score: B+</strong>

  • 5) The Neck Beard: Daniel Winnik

    Daniel Winnik of the <a href="http://ducks.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Anaheim Ducks</a> is growing out this beard for the current playoffs. <br/> <br/> Pros: aggressive neck beard, yet still somehow real-life appropriate <br/> Cons: perhaps a little <em>too</em> real-life appropriate <br/> <strong>Score: B+</strong>

  • 4) The Super Neck Beard: Radko Gudas

    Here's the beard that Radko Gudas grew for this season's playoffs. His team, the <a href="http://lightning.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Tampa Bay Lightning</a>, was unfortunately <a href="http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nhl/news/20140423/tampa-bay-lightning-2013-14-season-recap.ap/" target="_blank">knocked out</a> during the first round by the Montreal Canadiens in late April. <br/> <br/> Pros: basically sets a new standard for all of mankind's future neck beard attempts <br/> Cons: didn't fulfill expecations <br/> <strong>Score: B+</strong>

  • 3) The No-Boundaries Beard: Scott Hartnell

    Continuing the Flyers' domination of the playoff beard lineup, the steely-eyed Scott Hartnell of the <a href="http://flyers.nhl.com/" target="_blank">Philadelphia Flyers</a> grew this wild beauty for the 2010 playoffs. <br/> <br/> Pros: thinks outside the box (and face) <br/> Cons: too much of a good thing? <br/> <strong>Score: A</strong>

  • 2) The Gap-Happy Beard: Ken Daneyko

    Ken Deneyko, who spent his entire career with the <a href="http://devils.nhl.com/" target="_blank">New Jersey Devils</a>, rocks a toothless grin and shaggy beard in this photo after his team won the 2003 Stanley Cup. <br/> <br/> Pros: epic toothlessness makes this glorious masterpiece even more complete <br/> Cons: objectively, very patchy <br/> <strong>Score: A</strong>

  • 1) The Ultimate Playoff Beard: Mike Commodore

    Mike Commodore of the <a href="https://www.facebook.com/Hurricanes" target="_blank">Carolina Hurricanes</a> grew out this beard for his team's successful Stanley Cup journey. The Canes came out on top of the league in 2006. <br/> <br/> Pros: nails the playoff beard hat trick -- loud color, unruly shape and all-over shag. Plus, the bathrobe brings <a href="http://www.highsnobiety.com/files/2012/10/halloween-in-los-angeles-dress-like-the-dude-from-the-big-lebowski-1.jpg" target="_blank">the Dude aesthetic</a> to life in a truly delightful way. <br/> Cons: absolutely none <br/> <strong>Score: A+</strong>

  • Bonus: François Beauchemin's Beard Progression

    Here's a real treat. Check out how Duck player François Beauchemin's beard has come in. It's looking pretty strong!