Bruins Look to Crack Chicago's Special Teams

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Bruins Look to Crack Chicago's Special Teams
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The Bruins struggled to score on the power play against Pittsburgh, going 0-for-13 with a man advantage in the series. They've stumbled throughout the playoffs, scoring only seven power play goals in 45 chances (15.6 percent). And it's not getting any easier from here. “[Chicago's] penalty kill is good,” defenseman Adam McQuaid said. “We know that.”

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