By KEVIN CHROUST
The Detroit Red Wings aren't scoring as many goals as they'd like, and though it's early, they're identifying some trends.
They're hoping for their power play and third line to make their first contributions of the season Thursday night against the visiting Phoenix Coyotes.
The Red Wings (2-1-0) are one of the last teams in the league without a power-play goal, and their third line of Joakim Andersson, Todd Bertuzzi and Daniel Cleary has yet to contribute to any of the team's offense.
"None of us are really happy with how we played last game and maybe not the game before," Andersson told the team's official website. "We know we can do a lot better. We need to play strong on the puck and play more down low in their end and get there more often. I'm not happy that we've been on the ice when the other team has scored."
Andersson, Bertuzzi and Cleary, a combined minus-8, are also the team's second power-play unit. Detroit is 0 for 8 on the power play, ...