Hossa,Sharp,Kane all can move the puck with speed and accuracy.
Doesn't hurt that all those guys are snipers as well.
That was my point, how much impact does coaching have on PP? There's only so many ways to set up, after that it's just execution. I doubt any of our coaches are telling them to stand still and hold on to the puck 5 seconds at a time.
Is it just something that's been happening this season?
I'll be honest, if we had 6 goals scored on us in the first period again with all our penalties, I might've rage-quit.
Other than the odd good PP in the playoffs, the Kings PP has stunk since about the Gretzky era. Us Kings fans bang out heads against the wall about it once and awhile and other times it is so bad, we laugh. I'm still chuckling about the Benny Hill comment earlier.