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Draft Guide

Power Play Report

by Joey Alfieri
Updated On: October 16, 2018, 8:11 am ET


The Los Angeles Kings still haven’t found the back of the net on the man-advantage this season. That’s surprising when you consider they have talented players like Anze Kopitar, Drew Doughty and Ilya Kovalchuk. Although they’ve looked better on the power play, per head coach John Stevens, they still aren’t executing.

I think the power play actually took a little bit of a step, but I think the whole idea of execution to get into the zone, spend more time in the zone is an area we’ve certainly got to address this week, and then just quicker puck movement with more momentum and movement to the net,” Stevens said after Monday’s 4-1 loss to Toronto, per LA Kings Insider. “You want to get the puck with possession, you want to establish the middle of the ice and you want to get numbers going to the net with momentum, and you want to have people around the net. Toronto’s a great example of that. They’ve got two units there – everyone talks about the first unit, but that second unit creates a lot of momentum for ‘em, scored a big goal tonight. I did think our power play created momentum for us tonight. I think your power play, even when it doesn’t score, should leave you coming out of that situation where you feel like you got a little bit of a thrust, and I thought we had that tonight, but at the end of the day we’ve got to score on it.”





Rickard Rakell: Two points in 2:18 minutes of power play time.


Jakob Silfverberg: Two points in 2:01.


Hampus Lindholm: Two points in 1:23 of power play time.


Adam Henrique: Two points in 2:07.


Ryan Getzlaf: One point in 1:37.


Ryan Kesler: One point in 1:40


The Ducks were 2-10 on the man-advantage over the last week. Henrique found the back of the net on the man-advantage against Dallas on Saturday, while Andrew Cogliano scored against St. Louis on Sunday. They’re 4-15 on the power play this season.




Dylan Strome: One point in 2:47 of power play time.


Richard Panik: One point in 3:01.


Clayton Keller: One point in 3:27 of power play time.


Oliver Ekman-Larsson: 0 points in 3:28.


Derek Stepan: 0 points in 3:05.


Strome scored the Coyotes’ first power play goal of the season, as they went 1-6 on the man-advantage last week. They’re now 1-12 in 2018-19.




Patrice Bergeron: Four points in 1:57 of power play time.


Brad Marchand: Four points in 1:51.


David Pastrnak: Three points in 1:52.


Matt Grzelcyk: Two points in 2:16.


Ryan Donato: One point in 1:44.


Charlie McAvoy: 0 points in 1:32.


The Bruins scored a power play goal in all three of last week’s games, as they went 4-9 on the man-advantage. Pastrnak (twice), Marchand and Bergeron all scored power play goals over the last week. Boston is now 5-12 on the power play this season.




Jack Eichel: Three points in 4:46 of power play time.


Conor Sheary: Three points in 3:44.


Sam Reinhart: Two points point in 4:36.


Rasmus Ristolainen: Two points in 4:34.


Kyle Okposo: One point in 3:58.


Casey Mittelstadt: One point in 1:40.


The Sabres went 2-12 on the power play this week. They’re now up to 4-18 on the man-advantage this season. Sheary and Eichel scored the power-play markers for the Sabres. Buffalo is 4-18 on the power play this season.




Johnny Gaudreau: Five points in 5:53 of power play time.


Matthew Tkachuk: Five points in 5:14.


Sean Monahan: Three points in 5:45.


Elias Lindholm: Two points in 5:29.


Mark Giordano: Zero points in 5:32.


James Neal: 0 points in 3:11.


The Flames were 2-12 on the power play this week, and both of those tallies came against Nashville. Lindholm and Monahan scored for Calgary on the man-advantage this week. They’re now 5-25 on the power play this season.




Sebastian Aho: Two points in 3:13 of power play time.


Teuvo Teravainen: Two points in 3:12.


Justin Faulk: One point in 3:35.


Micheal Ferland: One point in 2:37.


Jordan Staal: Zero points in 3:03.


Justin Williams: 0 points in 2:57.


The Hurricanes managed to draw nine penalties in their game against Minnesota last week, but they only scored on one of those attempts (Aho scored that goal). They failed to convert in games against Winnipeg and Vancouver. The ‘Canes are 2-21 on the man-advantage this season.




Patrick Kane: Two points in 3:55 of power play time.


Alex DeBrincat: One point in 3:50.


Jonathan Toews: 0 points in 3:40.


Nick Schmaltz: 0 points in 3:10.


Duncan Keith: 0 points in 2:43.


Artem Anisimov: 0 points in 44.


The Blackhawks were 2-8 on the power play in the last week, as they one goal on the man-advantage in each of their games. DeBrincat and Kane found the back of the net for the ‘Hawks on the power play. They’re 2-18 on the man-advantage this season.




Carl Soderberg: Three points in 2:00 of power play time.


Alexander Kerfoot: Three points in 1:54.


Samuel Girard: Two points in 2:00.


Colin Wilson: Two points in 1:46.


J.T. Compher: Two points in 1:47.


Tyson Barrie: One point in 4:42.


The Avalanche went 3-11 on the man-advantage over the last week. Soderberg, Wilson and Tyson Jost found the back of the net on the power play for the Avs, who are now 5-18 on the power play in 2018-19.




Artemi Panarin: Three points in 5:12 of power play time.


Cam Atkinson: Three points in 4:16.


Zach Werenski: Two points in 5:35.


Pierre-Luc Dubois: Two points in 3:53.


Nick Foligno: One point in 5:11.


Anthony Duclair: One point in 3:20.


The Blue Jackets were 3-14 on the man-advantage last week. Dubois, Werenski and Duclair all managed to score while their team was on the power play. The Jackets are 4-23 on the power play this season.




Alexander Radulov: Five points in 3:07 of power play time.


Tyler Seguin: Four points in 3:11.


John Klingberg: Four points in 3:02.


Jamie Benn: Four points in 2:53.


Jason Spezza: Three points in 3:03.


The Stars managed to score on half of their power play attempts this week. Radulov and Klingberg scored against the Ducks, while Benn found the back of the net on the man-advantage against Toronto. Klingberg scored another power play goal against Ottawa. Dallas is 6-11 on the power play this season. Benn has scored three times on the power play already.




Gustav Nyquist: Three points in 2:12 of power play time.


Dylan Larkin: Two points in 2:10.


Tyler Bertuzzi: Two points in 2:04.


Anthony Mantha: Two points in 1:50.


Dennis Cholowski: Two points in 1:46.


Thomas Vanek: One point in 1:43.


The Red Wings went 2-10 on the man-advantage over the last week. They managed to get a goal from Thomas Vanek against Montreal on Monday and Filip Hronek scored against Boston. The Wings are 4-15 on the man-advantage this season.




Connor McDavid: Two points in 4:15 of power play time.


Leon Draisaitl: Two points in 3:47.


Ryan Nugent-Hopkins: One point in 4:03.


Milan Lucic: One point in 3:47.


Oscar Klefbom: Zero points in 4:06.

Jesse Puljujarvi: Zero points in 1:16.


The Oilers went 1-6 on the man-advantage this week, as McDavid managed to find the back of the net on the power play against the Rangers. Edmonton is 2-10 on the power play this season.




Mike Hoffman: 0 points in 5:09 of power play time.


Aleksander Barkov: 0 points in 5:03.


Vincent Trocheck: 0 points in 5:02.


Evgenii Dadonov: 0 points in 4:26.


Keith Yandle: 0 points in 4:15.


Jonathan Huberdeau: 0 points in 3:18.


The Panthers still haven’t found the back of the net on the power play. They went 0-7 last week, which puts them at 0-12 on the season.




Drew Doughty: Zero points in 3:50 of power play time.


Anze Kopitar: Zero points in 3:37.


Ilya Kovalchuk: Zero points in 3:36.


Jeff Carter: Zero points in 3:05.


Dion Phaneuf: Zero points in 2:36.


Tyler Toffoli: Zero points in 2:36.


Alec Martinez: Zero points in 2:13.


The Kings went 0-13 on the power play this week, as they failed to score against the Canadiens, the Jets, the Maple Leafs and the Senators. They’re now 0-18 on the power play in the season.




Matt Dumba: Two points in 2:13 of power play time.


Ryan Suter: One point in 2:05.


Mikko Koivu: One point in 1:59.


Zach Parise: One point in 1:59.


Jared Spurgeon: One point in 1:56.


Jason Zucker: One point in 1:45.


The Wild went 3-11 on the power play over the last week. Zucker and Charlie Coyle scored on the man-advantage against Carolina, and they also got one from Dumba against Nashville on Monday night. Minnesota is 2-12 on the power play this season.




Jonathan Drouin: Two points in 4:41 of power play time.


Tomas Tatar: Two points in 4:12.


Max Domi: Two points in 3:07.


Jeff Petry: One point in 4:44.


Andrew Shaw: One point in 2:44.


Jesperi Kotkaniemi: One point in 2:16.


The Canadiens have found a way to draw quite a few penalties, but they haven’t converted on many of them. They went 2-15 last week, with goals coming from Drouin against Detroit and Tatar against Pittsburgh. They’re 2-17 on the man-advantage this season.




Ryan Johansen: One point in 3:06 of power play time.


Roman Josi: One point in 3:04.


P.K. Subban: One point in 2:52.


Kyle Turris: One point in 2:33.


Craig Smith: One point in 2:27.


The Preds opened the week by going 0-13 on the man-advantage, but they ended up going 2-5 in the final two games of the week. Turris and Smith found the back of the net on the power play. Nashville is 2-20 this season.




Kyle Palmieri: Three points in 4:27 of power play time.


Taylor Hall: Two points in 4:20.


Will Butcher: Two points in 3:49.


Nico Hischier: One point in 4:20.


Sami Vatanen: One point in 2:57.


Travis Zajac: Zero points in 3:41.


The Devils went 2-12 on the man-advantage this week, as they scored a power play goal in each of their two contests. They’re now 3-14 on the power play with Palmieri scored all of those goals.




Mathew Barzal: Three points in 3:49 of power play time.


Josh Bailey: Three points in 3:40.


Anders Lee: Two points in 3:27.


Ryan Pulock: One point in 1:43.


Nick Leddy: Zero points in 3:32.


Jordan Eberle: Zero points in 3:24.


The Islanders went 1-5 on the power play last week, with Lee scoring the only goal on the man-advantage. New York is now 3-12 on the power play this season.




Mats Zuccarello: One point in 2:21 of power play time.


Pavel Buchnevich: One point in 2:22.


Tony DeAngelo: One point in 2:35.


Chris Kreider: Zero points in 2:43.


Mika Zibanejad: Zero points in 2:40.


Kevin Shattenkirk: Zero points in 2:28.


Not only did the Rangers not score on the power play last week, they also managed to draw four power plays in their last two contests. They’re now 1-12 on the man-advantage this season.




Chris Tierney: Four points in 2:06 of power play time.


Maxime Lajoie: Four points in 2:03.


Brady Tkachuk: Two points in 1:41.


Thomas Chabot: One point in 2:43.


Matt Duchene: One point in 2:26.


Colin White: One point in 1:31.


The Senators went 4-13 on the man-advantage over the last week, but three of those goals came in one game against the Flyers. Tkachuk and Lajoie (twice) scored on the power play in that game, while Mark Stone added a power play tally against the Kings. The Sens are 5-18 overall.




Claude Giroux: Five points in 4:46 of power play time.


Jakub Voracek: Four points in 4:41.


Shayne Gostisbehere: Four points in 4:55.


Wayne Simmonds: Three points in 4:32.


Sean Couturier: Zero points in 4:37.


Travis Konecny: Zero points in 2:36.


The Flyers went 4-15 in three games last week. Voracek and Giroux both scored on the man-advantage in a win over the Senators, while Gostisbehere and Simmonds scored on the power play against San Jose. The Flyers are 5-22 on the power play this season.




Phil Kessel: Two points in 3:38 of power play time.


Evgeni Malkin: Two points in 3:32.


Sidney Crosby: One point in 3:35.


Jake Guentzel: One point in 1:54.

Daniel Sprong: One point in 1:37.


Justin Schultz: One point in 1:35.


The Penguins went 1-3 on the man-advantage over the last week. The fact that they only managed to draw three power play attempts is a little disappointing. Kessel managed to score on the man-advantage against Montreal on Saturday with Crosby and Malkin netting the assists.





Erik Karlsson: One point in 4:42 of power play time.


Brent Burns: One point in 4:14


Tomas Hertl: One point in 3:23.


Evander Kane: One point in 2:24.


Joonas Donskoi: One point in 1:33.


Justin Braun: One point in 0:09.


The Sharks went 2-15 on the man-advantage over the last week. Both goals came in a blowout win over the Philadelphia Flyers at the beginning of the week. Kane and Hertl scored on the man-advantage. The Sharks are now 2-21 on the power play this season.




Patrick Maroon: Three points in 3:56 of power play time.


David Perron: Three points in 3:25.


Brayden Schenn: Three points in 3:12.


Ryan O’Reilly: Two points in 4:19.


Alexander Steen: Two points in 2:56.


Colton Parayko: Two points in 1:39.


The Blues had a good week on the man-advantage, as they went 5-13 on the power play. They scored at least one goal in all three of their games. Perron scored a pair of power play goals against Calgary. Perron and Schenn scored on the man-advantage against Chicago and Tyler Bozak found the back of the net against Anaheim. The Blues are now 7-23 overall this season.




J.T. Miller: Three points in 5:24 of power play time.


Brayden Point: Two points in 4:19.


Mikhail Sergachev: Two points in 1:21.


Steven Stamkos: One point in 5:09.


Alex Killorn: One point in 3:31.


Tyler Johnson: One point in 3:19.


The Lightning had a big power play performance against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday night, as they went 4-7 on the man-advantage. Those were their first and only power play goals of the season. The Bolts are 4-15 so far in 2018-19.




Morgan Rielly: Six points in 2:12.


Auston Matthews: Five points in 2:21.


Mitch Marner: Four points in 2:24.


Nazem Kadri: Three points in 2:14.


John Tavares: Three points in 2:24.


Josh Leivo: Two points in 1:30.


The Leafs power play is no joke. They managed to score at least one power play tally in each of their four games last week (they scored two against Detroit, two against Dallas, one against Los Angeles and one against Washington). They’re 9-19 on the season.




Elias Pettersson: Four points in 4:07 of power play time.


Bo Horvat: Three points in 4:02.

Sven Baertschi: Three points in 4:01.


Alexander Edler: Three points in 3:58.


Brock Boeser: Two points in 4:12.


The Canucks went 3-12 on the man-advantage over the last week. Two of those goals came against the Carolina Hurricanes (Horvat and Baertschi scored in that game). Pettersson scored against Florida. Vancouver is 5-19 on the power play this season.




Shea Theodore: Zero points in 2:51 of power play time.


William Karlsson: Zero points in 2:41.


Jonathan Marchessault: Zero points in 2:37.


Reilly Smith: Zero points in 2:37.


Max Pacioretty: Zero points in 2:34.


Colin Miller: Zero points in 2:12.


After going 0-6 on the power play in the first week of the season, the Golden Knights went 0-10 this week.




Nicklas Backstrom: Five points in 3:55 of power play time.


Evgeny Kuznetsov: Five points in 3:50.


John Carlson: Four points in 4:41.


Alex Ovechkin: Three points in 4:51.


T.J. Oshie: One point in 3:43.


The Capitals went 3-11 on the power play over the last week. Kuznetsov and Backstrom found the back of the net against the Golden Knights, while Kuznetsov added another one against the Maple Leafs.




Blake Wheeler: Three points in 2:34 of power play time.


Patrik Laine: Two points in 2:52.


Dustin Byfuglien: One point in 3:08.


Mark Scheifele: One point in 2:54.


Kyle Connor: One point in 2:49.


Josh Morrissey: One point in 0:29.


The Jets went 2-7 on the man-advantage in three games over the last week. Connor scored the game-winner against the Kings on the man-advantage, while Laine added one against the ‘Canes. Winnipeg is 3-12 on the power play this season.