Bruins must focus on 5-on-5

Time to put power-play struggles aside and work on the basics

Updated: June 3, 2011, 9:41 AM ET
By James Murphy | ESPNBoston.com

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The Bruins are tired of talking about their anemic power play that, after going 0-for-6 in their Game 1 finals loss, is now 5-for-67 in the Stanley Cup playoffs. And who could blame them? The media is tired of asking them about it, and the fans are tired of watching it.

But the bottom line is the Bruins need to accept the fact that it's a problem. And if they're not going to fix it, they must correct what ailed them five-on-five in Game 1 quickly or they will ...

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