Having nobody go to the front of the net is also frustrating. Eriksson and Ryder just floated around for two minutes. I guess that's why you see trash like Burish on the pp sometimes just to get a net presence.
Good PPs don't just keep a guy in front of the net. You negate the entire PP advantage by doing that, just end up skating 4 on 4. Good PPs keep two guys open for passes while doing flybys and someone going to the front of the net before point shots.