Boston Bruins Power Play Struggling To Cash In On Scoring Opportunities

by abournenesn

December 19, 2016

The Boston Bruins rank 27th out of 30 NHL teams in goals scored per game. One reason for that lack of scoring is Boston’s power play having the third-worst success rate in the league at just 13.1 percent.

Injuries have played a part in these power-play struggles, but the Bruins also need to do a better job of cashing in on their opportunities with the man advantage.

Check out Billy Jaffe’s analysis of the Bruins’ power play in the “NESN Sports Today” video above, presented by People’s United Bank.

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