The Bruins began the season with two power-play goals in their second game, against Detroit, and it seemed as if the team had finally solved its problems with the man-advantage. But three games later, the Bruins still have just those two goals.
“At the end of the day, the main thing of a power play is that you have to score, and we’re not doing that, so you can’t be happy with it,” coach Claude Julien said.
Echoed defenseman Torey Krug, whose presence on the power play this season had seemed to be a harbinger of better things, “We didn’t score goals. That’s what we’re judged on.”
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