(Sunrise) Patric Hornqvist broke the deadlock mid-game and the Florida Panthers beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Tuesday.
Hornqvist took advantage of a penalty to Robby Fabbri to score his sixth goal of the season, at 8:04 in the second period.
From the left circle, a slap shot from Aaron Ekblad hit him in the upper body, then the disc ended up behind Thomas Greiss.
In the first period, the Red Wings’ Filip Zadina scored the first goal of the game, before Alex Wennberg replied.
Jonathan Huberdeau was an accomplice of the two nets of his own.
Sergei Bobrovsky made 31 saves, 11 more than Greiss.
Florida has yet to lose twice in a row; each of the club’s three setbacks has been followed by a win this season.
As for the Red Wings, it was their ninth loss in 10 games.
There was a crowd of 3,477, including Brian Anderson and Jon Berti of the Miami Marlins.