Campbell leads Panthers past the Red Wings in OT
DETROIT – Brian Campbell scored at 1:20 of overtime, lifting the Florida Panthers a 2-1 victory over the Red Wings on Sunday for their fifth straight win in Detroit.
Campbell helped set up Reilly Smith's tying goal at 14:38 of the third period of what Smith called a "gutsy effort."
Detroit's Dylan Larkin intercepted a pass and scored his team-leading 10th goal, unassisted, at 7:02 of the second period for the game's first goal.
"It's not good," Detroit star Henrik Zetterberg said. "Overall, it was an ugly game. I think the puck was on the boards the whole time. "It was tough to get any flow going."
•MAKING THEMSELVES AT HOME: The Florida Panthers have earned at least a point in seven consecutive games at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.
•UPWARD, ONWARD: The game was the 883rd of Robert Luongo's career, giving the Florida goalie sole possession of eighth place on the career list for goalies.
•SIBLING RIVALRY: With defenseman Brendan Smith out for the Red Wings, the number of regular-season matchups with his brother Reilly, a Panthers right wing, remains at 11. Each brother has won five games with one tie.