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Blackhawks seek answers on power play

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Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane is not bashful when doling out praise to his team’s penalty kill.

Chicago’s lights-out unit, which boasts a 93.6 kill percentage, has buoyed its run to the Stanley Cup Final.

Likewise, Kane, a mainstay on the Blackhawks’ power-play unit, did not shy away from noting its paltry production in the playoffs. With just seven goals in 57 chances (12.3 percent), it ranks fifth-worst in the postseason.

“Our penalty kill has been great all year, to the point where we’ve won a lot of games because of it,” Kane said Sunday at TD Garden. “It’s given us a lot of momentum. It would be nice to see the power play return that.

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