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By now, the Red Wings were comfortably in control, but the Coyotes remained confident they could make a series out of it yet as the scene shifted to Glendale.
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The Phoenix power play kept clicking even with reduced opportunities, however, as David Schlemko got the Coyotes on the board midway through the second. Johan Franzen continued to bedevil them, nasty hit in Game 2 notwithstanding, adding to the Detroit lead with second goal of the series less than a minute into the third period. Whitney came through again on the power play but that's all Howard was giving that night. Detroit's 4-2 win made it a 3-0 series lead and pushed the Coyotes to the brink; they had to win Game 4 to stave off elimination.