Some musings as this is the last power play column of the season.
It’s amazing that the Boston Bruins are third in proficiency but tied for 16th in goals as they have the least amount of power play chances in the NHL.
The Washington power play has taken over this past week as the best, from the Penguins. Nicklas Backstrom leads all players with 42 power play points.
Teammate Alex Ovechkin leads in power play goals with 22. Only 57 NHL players have scored more than 22 goals this season.
Keith Yandle is one of only six players to get 30 power play points and is the only defenseman to do so.
The Florida power play was terrible this season with only 25 goals, three more than Ovechkin.
San Jose led in shots on goal with 468 while New Jersey brought up the rear with 276.
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Corey Perry: 17 points in 260:48 minutes of power play time.
Ryan Getzlaf: 21 points in 256:57.
Cam Fowler: 15 points in 225:21.
Nick Bonino: 20 points in 203:36.
Hampus Lindholm: 3 points in 144:48.
Teemu Selanne: 8 points in 141:23.
Anaheim was 2-11 on the power play this week, bringing them to 42-253 (20) in 2013-14. Mathieu Perreault and Bonino scored with Getzlaf, Perry and Sami Vatanen picking up the assists.
David Krejci: 18 points in 192:32 minutes of power play time.
Jarome Iginla: 14 points in 186:32.
Torey Krug: 18 points in 183:45.
Zdeno Chara: 14 points in 177:05.
Milan Lucic: 12 points in 174:46.
Patrice Bergeron: 10 points in 145:51.
The Bruins were 4-13 with the man advantage this week and are now 44-209 (3) this season. Bergeron led the way with two goals and a helper while Carl Soderberg scored and had an assist. Chara also scored with Dougie Hamilton and Loui Eriksson picking up two assists apiece. Iginla and Krejci had one assist.
Christian Ehrhoff: 11 points in 248:43 minutes of power play time.
Tyler Ennis: 13 points in 235:29.
Cody Hodgson: 16 points in 199:45.
Jamie McBain: 4 points in 169:20.
Tyler Myers: 9 points in 154:28.
Drew Stafford: 6 points in 153:07.
Buffalo was 0-8 this week and are 32-232 (T28) this season.
Jiri Hudler: 11 points in 218:16 minutes of power play time.
Mark Giordano: 18 points in 200:04.
Kris Russell: 10 points in 182:45.
Michael Cammalleri: 12 points in 179:07.
Sean Monahan: 6 points in 144:58.
Dennis Wideman: 4 points in 143:54.
The Flames were 1-9, putting them at 35-229 (25) this season. Joe Colborne scored while T.J. Brodie and Curtis Glencross set him up.
Eric Staal: 12 points in 247:03 minutes of power play time.
Alexander Semin: 12 points in 212:10.
Jeff Skinner: 18 points in 202:01.
Andrej Sekera: 15 points in 192:35.
Jordan Staal: 10 points in 171:09.
Justin Faulk: 6 points in 146:08.
Carolina was 3-8 this week and are just 36-261 (T28) this season. Andrei Loktionov had a goal and an assist while Semin and Skinner scored as well with Jay Harrison setting up two. Riley Nash, John-Michael Liles and Jordan Staal had the other assists.
Patrick Sharp: 24 points in 248:10 minutes of power play time.
Jonathan Toews: 15 points in 241:03.
Duncan Keith: 20 points in 240:39.
Patrick Kane: 25 points in 228:07.
Andrew Shaw: 9 points in 192:43.
Nick Leddy: 10 points in 155:57.
The Blackhawks were 2-12 this week and are now 49-243 (7) this season. Sharp was in on both with a goal and an assist while Shaw also scored. Toews had two assists.
Matt Duchene: 17 points in 193:57 minutes of power play time.
Ryan O'Reilly: 20 points in 191:18.
Erik Johnson: 13 points in 189:26.
Gabriel Landeskog: 8 points in 177:40.
Andre Benoit: 8 points in 172:39.
Nathan MacKinnon: 15 points in 170:59.
Colorado was 1-7, putting them at 45-225 (8) in 2013-14. John Mitchell was the lone goal scorer and was set up by Johnson and Jamie McGinn.
James Wisniewski: 24 points in 243:27 minutes of power play time.
Jack Johnson: 14 points in 233:36.
Ryan Johansen: 15 points in 192:40.
Brandon Dubinsky: 8 points in 177:00.
Cam Atkinson: 8 points in 153:36.
R.J. Umberger: 12 points in 149:58.
Columbus was 4-9 this week and are now 45-253 (T17). Johansen had two goals with Dubinsky and Matt Calvert also scoring. Wisniewski assisted on all four goals with Johnson assisting on two. Artem Anisimov and Boone Jenner finished the scoring with one assist each.
Tyler Seguin: 22 points in 268:20 minutes of power play time.
Jamie Benn: 17 points in 266:10.
Alex Goligoski: 14 points in 234:22.
Alex Chiasson: 13 points in 233:53.
Ray Whitney: 15 points in 195:44.
Erik Cole: 7 points in 175:52.
The Stars were 3-10 this week and are 42-259 (T22) this season. Whitney and Chiasson led the way with a goal and an assist with Seguin also finding the back of the net. Benn had two helpers and Goligoski and Sergei Gonchar chipped in with one apiece.
Niklas Kronwall: 23 points in 246:46 minutes of power play time.
David Legwand: 19 points in 214:25.
Daniel Alfredsson: 17 points in 206:14.
Todd Bertuzzi: 7 points in 162:37.
Gustav Nyquist: 8 points in 160:27.
Henrik Zetterberg: 17 points in 158:43.
Detroit was 1-10 this week and are now 46-259 (T17) this season. Legwand was set up by Kronwall and Johan Franzen for the goal.