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The Improved PK And PP The Last Three Games

11/13/2019 at 1:40pm EST

from Ansar Khan of Mlive,

Coach Jeff Blashill cited special teams and goaltending as keys to this run. They are 4 for 11 on the power play and 7-of-8 on the penalty kill in these three games. Bernier has played all three and posted a 2.33 goals-against average and .905 save percentage.

Acquiring Robby Fabbri in a trade with St. Louis has paid dividends early. He has points in all three games, scoring two power-play goals in his debut – a 4-2 victory over Boston – and setting up the game-winning goals in each of the past two games.

“He’s been great,” Larkin said. “He’s a playmaker. He gets the puck and it’s going to someone with a purpose. Adding a guy like that who can make plays and does it a lot … and he’s a crafty guy, he’s been an energy guy and a huge addition.”


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