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Bruins’ power play looking much better

WILMINGTON — The reincarnation of the Bruins’ power play started with three one-touch passes against the Lightning last Saturday.

The puck was flung around the boards, from Milan Lucic behind the net to David Krejci on the sideboards to Dougie Hamilton at the point. Hamilton wound up like he was firing a slapper, but followed through with a quick pass to Tyler Seguin. Seguin one-timed the puck near-post for a power-play goal.

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