Solution: Shoot More, Keep Planting Chara in Front
Boston is 21st in the league with a power-play percentage of 15.2 percent.
Out of teams in its division, only Florida and Buffalo have worse power plays.
To generate more goals, the B's need to have better puck movement and shoot at the net. The more shots that go on net, the better the chances of scoring will be. It's easier said than done, obviously, because teams will try to set up for a high percentage shot, thus lowering the number of shots due to better passing.
Zdeno Chara has camped in front of the net several times on the power play this season, and he should continue to do so. His large frame is a menace for the goalie to deal with, and more goals are likely to be scored with the poor vision of the goaltender.