Not perfect, but power-play practice finally pays off for Bruins

“It’s nice when the power play is moving the puck and we see each other and there’s no hesitation and obviously we got rewarded with a big goal,” said Chara. “And it’s one of those things that even before, we created some chances, we had good quality chances to score goals, but it didn’t go our way. Today we finally got a goal, and again we probably could’ve got one or two more goals; we were just a little out of position on the rebounds. Hopefully it’s a good start and it starts producing for us.”

A balanced, streaky offense that has managed to rank in the top 10 in goals per game most of the season without a potent power play could become extremely dangerous for Bruins’ opponents down the stretch if Chara’s hopes continue to come true and the power play turns reliable.

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