The Red Wings are dominating the Nashville Predators through two periods of action in Game 4, but they have nothing to show for it on the scoreboard. After two periods, it remains 0-0 with the Predators up 2-1 in the series.
Detroit outshot the Predators 17-3 (!) in the second period, but the Wings cannot figure out a way to get it by Predators goalie Pekka Rinne. He now has 28 saves to Jimmy Howard's 10.
Despite the gross discrepancy in the shots category, the Predators probably had the better scoring opportunities in the second. Kyle Quincey made a nice back-check play on the puck to prevent one clean look on net.
The Red Wings are now 0-for-4 on the power play after failing to convert on the only man advantage in the second period.
This game has extremely frustrating loss written all over it and the Red Wings facing elimination in Nashville in Game 5. I hope I'm wrong, obviously.