Agreed, but sadly that is what we have to work with and they must find a way to capitalize on the man advantage now that opponents are taking away Weber's cannon from the point (see what happened to Laviolette after his team failed to do so not once, but twice).
Honestly, our problem is three-fold.
First, we do not consistently enough win the faceoff to start the PP in the offensive zone.
Second, we struggle on our PP breakout (they use two different breakouts too, both with multiple options) to get things started down ice and especially struggle to establish any type of possession because we commonly have to dump it in. It also has to be noted that we pull up too often whenever we are able to generate speed through the neutral zone and gain the offensive zone instead of attacking off the rush and attempting to score off the initial rush.
Third, I really feel that we are not aggressive enough in the offensive zone. We play too much on the perimeter, don't attack the box enough (with and without the puck), stand on "X's" too often, and see the PP act with only one option in mind far too often...waiting for it to open...and forcing the puck if it doesn't develop.
Issue is though that I've seen the team practice all three of these issues multiple times...obviously a large part of the futility comes from our lack of skill/talent to pull from for the two PP units.