Found October 06, 2013 on CLNS Radio:
  Over the past few seasons when analysts and fans looked at the Boston Bruins, the biggest weakness always was said to be the power play. Lookout NHL world this highly talented defensive team might just have a top power play this season. Last night against the Detroit Red wings, the Bruins power play found the back of the net twice. The new look power play for the B’s consist of Chara sitting in front the net, which has done wonders for the unit. Chara managed to net one of the goals, and also helped Torey Krug net the second one. Krug has come up huge on the power play ever since being put into the lineup in last year during the post season.  The media spoke to Krug after the game last night about having Chara in front of the net, “No one can move him, so they kind of just leave him to himself. And the goalie has to deal with him and it takes his eyes away. So it’s nice for us to have that.” Just one season ago, the Bruins ranked near the bottom of the NHL in the power play depart...
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