The United States had a goal-scoring problem at the Olympics.
If it lasts much longer, the Americans are going home early.
Only Norway and South Korea scored fewer goals than the four the U.S. put up in three preliminary-round games. Yet only Canada has gotten more shots on net than the United States' 96 so far, so the goal in the qualification round against Slovakia on Tuesday is to figure out a way to turn opportunities into production.
"We haven't scored goals, but we've a made it hard on teams in their own end," coach Tony Granato said.
Without the young offensive talent of players like Auston Matthews, Johnny Gaudreau and Shayne Gostisbehere left...