from Ansar Khan of Mlive,
The Red Wings are averaging 2.86 goals per game, which ranks 24th. They finished 2021-22 at 2.77 goals per game, ranked 27th.
They have one of the more difficult remaining schedules, with eight of their final 10 games against teams currently in a playoff position.
Their 3-0 loss Saturday at Philadelphia was the fourth time the Red Wings have been shut out, but it was from lack of opportunity against goaltender Carter Hart (29 saves), coach Derek Lalonde said.
“I still think it’s just a matter of getting to that hard area, executing a little bit more,” Lalonde told Bally Sports Detroit. “Sometimes it’s frustrating when you don’t produce offense, but when the looks are there and you keep getting looks, it’ll come around. At least tonight for the most part I thought we had some looks.”
It’s difficult to beat anybody when you go 0 for 7 on the power play.
from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News,
Yep, let's keep drafting 200 foot players who can't score. Getting tired of not drafting a pure scorer...he can always learn to play defense.
If only we had a sniper on the team, you know, like Vrana.
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