Boston's struggling power play unit was a difference-maker in Sunday's win over the Jets.
It had one chance, with Brad Marchand coming through 36 seconds into the period. Even with the goal, the Bruins have scored only six goals on the man advantage, good for 28th in the league. "Pretty basic," Marchand said of the execution. "It's things we've worked on, trying to find holes and trying to use speed. It's an example of when you execute it right, it will work."