Michael Grabner hasn't scored a power play goal since 2013, and if I'm counting correctly, he's scored 96 goals in a row since his last one. I've been poking around trying to figure out how close that is to the record. I've been looking at long-career defensive forwards who consistently show up and put a few goals on the board each year, and it looks like Bob Gainey had a stretch of 101 goals in the 80s that eclipses what Grabner has done so far, but is certainly within reach. Luce, Draper, Maltby, Madden, Pandolfo all have power play goals interspersed throughout their body of work, while guys like Joel Otto actually did some damage on the power play themselves. Anyone else I should be looking at to figure this out? Or is there a better, more automatic way to figure this out?