Defenseman Tomas Kaberle liked what he saw from the Bruins' power play despite what the numbers say. The stagnant power play fell deeper into the statistical sink hole by going 0-for-6 in Wednesday night's 1-0 loss to the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals. The Bruins have scored five goals in 67 power-play opportunities in the playoffs but still managed to outlast the Canadiens, sweep the Flyers and take the Lightning in seven games in the Eastern Conference final. "I thought we shot the puck more often than before against Tampa Bay," said Kaberle following yesterday's practice at Father Bauer Rink at the University of British Columbia. "Sometimes when the things are going well on the PP movement-wise, you are not always going to score a goal. You just have to stick with it and believe it. It's not like one game is going to make you do different things. But there are different things you can always try there.