In the playoffs, the Rangers four PP goals were scored by Derick Brassard, Brian Boyle and Dan Girardi (2).
On April 26th, John Tortorella said "I still don’t think we have a true QB on our PP. I think in the future it needs to be looked at.
On May 14th, Tortorella said "I think we have people who can QB a PP."
In the WSJ, Mike Sielski writes that it is clear to see that the Rangers lack a PP QB who can create opportunities with his shot or playmaking skills.
In February, Tortorella said that Michael Del Zotto has had his chances at running the power play and that sometimes he is really good and sometimes he is really bad.
Tortorella said that when it came to the PP in the playoffs, "it took on a life of it's own" and he was trying to keep the players confident because he could notice how uptight they would get when on the PP. Tortorella added that one of the big concerns with the Rangers was the struggles they had getting the puck settled in their zone.
Tortorella said that he should have used Ryan McDonagh on the PP more.
It would seem, at least for the time being, that things with the coaching staff are staying the same and presumably Mike Sullivan will still be coaching the power play. (Update: 2:10PM: Whoops) There has been talk of adding a Bernie Nicholls type consultant to run the PP, like the Kings did, and that probably makes the most sense. Nicholls isn't an official member of the Kings coaching staff but he is a consultant who helps out on the PP and works as an intermediary for the players and coaching staff. Nicholls played for Sutter in Chicago and San Jose and there are more there are a couple of guys who played under John Tortorella when he was an assistant with the Rangers who could probably help out. Brian Leetch is the obvious choice but Adam Graves also played under Tortorella and is part of the organization. The Rangers appear to have more than enough talented players to make the PP work, it just may be a matter of a new voice or new scheme from the outside that helps the PP break out.