WILMINGTON — For so long, the Bruins have had to answer questions about their lackluster power play. They’ve explained it and made excuses and won despite it. But now, with the addition of a skilled, quick quarterback, the Bruins seem to have the makings of a power play that won’t require apologies.
It starts with having defenseman Torey Krug at the point. His addition allowed the team to shift other players to spots where they might be more effective.
“I think the whole dynamic of our power play — even though maybe people see some of the same faces — is much different,” coach Claude Julien said. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.