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Bruins take a step back on the power play

And it all started out so well. The Bruins began the season with two power-play goals in their second game, against Detroit, and it seemed as if the team finally had solved its problems with the man-advantage. But three games later, the Bruins still have just those two goals.

“At the end of the day, the main thing of a power play is that you have to score, and we’re not doing that, so you can’t be happy with it,” coach Claude Julien said.

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