Senators find the “power” in power play

Another welcome sign is that the power play, which produced two goals in three attempts against the Capitals, has produced six in 14 chances over the last four games.
That has lifted the power play to an efficiency of 19 per cent, good for ninth in the league.
However, some work needs to be done on the team’s penalty-killing ability: it is only 17th at 81.7 per cent.
Similarly, the 21 goals the Senators have scored over the last four games have lifted their goals-for average to 2.98, good for sixth in the league.
But they’re still 26th in goals-against at 2.95.

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