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Vigneault has faith in power play

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- After scoring at a 28 percent clip heading into the Stanley Cup Final, the Canucks power has been shut down by the Bruins penalty kill, scoring only once in 22 chances. But as his team tries to regroup for Game 5 tonight at Rogers Arena, head coach Allain Vigneault has faith his power play will turn things around.

“We all know that our power play has been one of our weapons all year long,” Vigneault said Friday after the team’s morning skate. “It's kept the opposition honest. We've got some really skilled players that can make it work and go to the areas where it can work, and it's been real good all year. Right now, obviously, we've run into a patch here of a little bit more of a challenge. But I've got a lot of faith in these guys, we've spent a lot of times looking at different options here and I think like I said last game, I think tonight's the night.”