Bruins Can’t Capitalize On Solid Opportunities During First Power Play


The Boston Bruins’ power play, or lack thereof, has been one of their most glaring issues this season.

The Bruins entered Thursday’s game in Minnesota against the Wild with a 13.5 percent success rate on the man-advantage, and that number only tumbled further after an unsuccessful power play in the first period.

They did have a few high-quality chances, including one by Torey Krug, but Minnesota’s penalty kills stood tall.

Hear NESN’s Dale Arnold, Gord Kluzak and Billy Jaffe break it down in the Arbella Coverage Cam above.

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