June 7th, 2011 by

Bruins’ special team’s shining

(Photo: Bridget Samuels) Gregory Campbell had two big blocks on the B's PK

If you told me at the beginning of the Stanley Cup Finals that the Bruins power play would be better than the Canucks after three games, I’d have you tarred-and-feathered from here to Vancouver.

he Canucks, loaded with offensive firepower up front, have hit the proberbial brick wall since facing the B’s this post season.

Having gone 16-for-60 (28.3%) on the power play through the first three rounds, the Canucks have yet to find an answer for the Bruins penalty-kill — having gone a mere 1-for-16 (6.3%) on the man-advantage thus far against Boston.

Tonight, as the Bruins pounded the Canucks 8-1, Boston killed-off all eight penlties, while going 2-for-4 (3-for-13 this series) on the power play.



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