The Rangers' power play sucks. There is no two ways about it. The Blueshirts are zero of their last 33 and three of 41 overall. Despite having a coach that is dedicated to running the power play, the Rangers can't seem to buy a goal while having an extra man.
It is interesting given the fact that the Blueshirts have been excellent during five-on-five play, and there seems to be no end to the drought in sight. The Rangers have looked tentative and slow on the power play, and they can have success if they are more decisive and sure of themselves.
Players need to move their feet, because the Penguins have done a good job sticking away passes throughout the series. The more the Rangers move, the more the Penguins will move and eventually that will result in the Pens' PK unit getting fatigued.
That is when the Rangers can attack, and if they do that in Game 4 they will have a chance to score a power-play goal.