Fantastic Passing Sets Up Reilly Smith’s First-Period Power-Play Goal (Video)


The Bruins earned the first power play of Saturday night’s game against the Sabres and capitalized on the opportunity to take a 1-0 first-period lead.

Boston rolled out a different power-play unit than normal with younger, inexperienced players such as Ryan Spooner and David Warsofsky getting time on the first unit, but the decision from coach Claude Julien paid off as the Bruins made several quality passes that led to a goal by Reilly Smith.

Check out one of Boston’s best power plays of the season in the Berkshire Bank Exciting Rewind video above.

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