Led by a three-game winning streak, the Detroit Red Wings were taken aback at the Amaliya Arena at the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1 on Sunday afternoon.
After 20 minutes of the game, the Wings took a 1-0 lead, and in the last five minutes of the second stage, their wings spread high. In less than three minutes, Valtteri Filppula, Michael Rasmussen and Marc Staal hit the target. Quebec Anthony Mantha provided assists on two of his nets.
The other goals of Red Wings come from Dylan Larkin and Darren Helm (empty net), and Lightning’s only achievement comes from Victor Hedman’s bat. This is the 112th goal of a defensive player’s career. In the history of the Florida organization, he leads Brian Bradley as a scorer and ranks 12th.
In front of the net, Thomas Greiss won 26 hockey pucks, and Christopher Gibson was defeated four times with just 17 shots in defeat.