The Boston Bruins are in desperate need of a win. One way to do that? Start scoring on the power play.
Boston’s man-advantage unit has struggled so far this season. It ranks 24th in the NHL with a 16.9 percent conversion rate as of Wednesday and has deposited just one goal in the last seven games, five of which have been losses.
The B’s traveled to Edmonton to take on the Oilers on Wednesday night, and ahead of that matchup, NESN’s Billy Jaffe broke down Boston’s shortcomings on the power play this season. His main takeaway: The Bruins need much more movement on the man-advantage.
Watch Jaffe’s full analysis of this year’s power play as compared to last season’s unit in the video above.
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