I Obviously, you don't have things like Stations, etc. but if anyone can name any saints who were very strongly devoted to the Passion, etc. I'd be very interested to know.
The EO don't divorce the Passion from the Resurrection which has happened in the West beginning with Bernard of Clarivaux who was a HUGE influence on Martin Luther which is why modern day confessional Lutheran/Protestant thought examines all theology through the lens of "theologia crucis." The Passion, the Harrowing of Hades and Resurrection are one continuous event. Certainly, in the context of Great Friday, Holy Saturday and Pascha, one episode of that event is given more attention than the others, but never without reference or consideration of what came before or comes after. Even on all the Sunday where the Resurrection and the Eothina at Orthros are all dedicated to narratives of the Resurrection, we still confess the crucifixion.
During the veneration of the Gospel, this hymn is chanted:In that we have beheld the Resurrection of Christ, let us adore the Holy Lord Jesus. Thy Cross do we adore, O Christ and Thy Holy Resurrection we praise and glorify. Oh come all ye faithful, let us adore Christ's Holy Resurrection for lo, through the Cross, joy hath come into the world. Ever blessing the Lord we praise His Resurrection for having endured the Cross, he destroyed death by His death.
Thus, aside from what has already been mentioned here, I don't think there are many EO saints who are driven by single thought to the Passion only.