The Philadelphia Flyers' power play has endured its highs and lows, similar to the club's entire season. Recently, Philly has played much-improved hockey compared to earlier in the season and one main reason has been the strong special-teams play.
At the end of January, Courier Post's David Isaac reported the Flyers were 5-37 (13.5 percent) on the power play and searching for answers. I even wrote an article describing the reasons for the team's power-play woes.
Everyone was panicking.
In order for the Flyers to successfully turn their season around, they must continue to be effective on the man advantage every game.
Here are five ways the Flyers can continue to flourish on the power play.