Who's Hot, Who's Not on the Power Play
Who's Hot, Who's Not on the Power Play

This article is part of our The Man Advantage series.

There's just seven more calendar days before the grueling season is done. If your fantasy team is still alive, it means the margin is razor thin and you're still looking for that extra edge. Here's the breakdown on the hottest and coldest power plays to close out the season if you're looking for that extra goal or assist that could be the difference between winning and losing.

This will be the last column for this series this season. Thanks for reading.

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Boston Bruins

Usually, the only time you see Brad Marchand on a highlight reel is when he's getting suspended, but over the last four seasons he's really become an elite finisher despite not having an overpowering shot. Since the 2015-16 season, when Marchand scored more than 30 goals for the first time, he ranks second in goals (144), 13th in power-play goals (33) and seventh in shooting percentage (16.4), and his nine power-play points this month is tied for the league lead. The Bruins have a three-game road trip before playing host to the Lightning to end the season, so it's not an easy schedule, but their power play has converted at a 28.9 percent (11-for-38) rate since March 1, tied with the Panthers for the league lead during that span.

Florida Panthers

Here's a bit of a mind-blowing stat: Keith Yandle's 242 power-play points scored in the cap era is nine points higher than Brent Burns and Yandle did it in 99 fewer games. Yandle ranks

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Jason Chen
Jason joined RotoWire in 2013. In 2014, he was a finalist for the FSWA Hockey Writer of the Year award. Jason has also written for Yahoo Sports, CBS Sports, The Hockey News, The Hockey Hall of Fame's Legends Magazine, and Centre Ice Magazine.
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