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P.K. Subban and Andrei Markov, are 1-2 in the league in power-play points.

The Canadiens haven’t given up a power-play goal in the past seven games, and have only been shorthanded four times in the last three games.

Hab have he fourth-best power play in the NHL

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P.K. Subban and Andrei Markov, are 1-2 in the league in power-play points.

The Canadiens haven’t given up a power-play goal in the past seven games, and have only been shorthanded four times in the last three games.

Hab have he fourth-best power play in the NHL

Habs PP -- trailing 10-games had moved to over 30% until Buffalo game -- now at 29.0%. On Thursday, they got too many PP's with a lead already and didn't bear down on them (plus one with Moen, Gorges et al on it, at the end of the game, :lol: ).

Trailing 10-games PK is currently at 92.0%.

Specialty teams are clicking right now.

And I really like this staying out of the box thing. That's just a plain winner for me.

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Gionta also noting a recurring problem on ST that I've brought up before:

The Canadiens’ power play struggled until the final minute when Brian Gionta scored the game winner at 19:13. He scored in front after Tampa goaltender Ben Bishop made the stop on a drive by Yannick Weber.

“Our big problem on the power play was our entries,” said Gionta. “When we dumped it, we weren’t able to get the pressure. It was frustrating, but you need to stick with it.”

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