Red Wings' winless streak hits five, as Panthers win in OT, 3-2

DETROIT — The Red Wings losing ways continue. They earned a point Saturday, but didn’t get the two they badly wanted and needed, as the Florida Panthers defeated the Wings in overtime, 3-2, at Little Caesars Arena. Rookie Aleksi Heponiemi, playing in his first NHL game, tipped in a pass from Anthony Duclair at 2 minutes, 45 seconds of overtime, giving the Panthers (4-0-1) the victory. The Red Wings (2-5-2) have gone winless in five games, earning a point in two of those (0-3-2). Anthony Mantha and Tyler Bertuzzi had first-period goals for the Wings, while Aleksander Barkov and Keith Yandle ans…

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