Bruins' power play finally arrives

Penalty kill is still Boston's strength, but man-advantage goals are mounting

Updated: April 29, 2010, 11:18 AM ET
By Matt Kalman | ESPNBoston.com

WILMINGTON, Mass. -- When the Bruins scored three times on one penalty kill in their April 10 playoff-spot-clinching win over Carolina, their power play had to be suffering a case of special-teams envy.

After all, that afternoon Boston was on its way to a seventh straight game without scoring a man-advantage goal. Although the Bruins scored one on the power play in their meaningless regular-season finale at Washington, they went into the playoffs with just that one goal in their final ...

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