BostonBruins.com - The Bruins scored two goals on five power-plays in Game Four of the Stanley Cup Final, against what has been the league-leading penalty kill by the Chicago Blackhawks for much of the postseason and still sits at 90.3-percent.
The Black & Gold couldn’t capitalize by earning the win in overtime and let in an uncharacteristic shorthanded goal against, but, the production from the B’s man-advantage is something of note as the series becomes a best-of-three beginning tonight in Chicago with Game Five.
Boston’s power play is now at 18.6 percent, having converted on 20 of 59 opportunities through 20 games this postseason. On the road, that increases to 20.8 percent (9-for-24).
A breakdown of the series so far shows the Bruins 1-for-3 on the power play in Game 1, 0-for-2 in Game 2, 1-for-4 in Game 3 and 2-for-5 in Game 4.
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