Panthers again shoot down Red Wings
SUNRISE, Fla. -- The Detroit Red Wings aren't used to losing games to the Panthers, not in Detroit nor in South Florida. These past couple of days must feel more than a little strange then. On Tuesday, the Panthers rallied from a two-goal deficit to stun the visiting Red Wings, 3-2, in a shootout at BB&T Center. It was Florida's second win over Detroit in four days after leaving the Motor City victorious Saturday for just the third time in franchise history. Florida had only beaten the Red Wings once since moving into its Sunrise arena in 1998 prior to Tuesday. "I bet you they're pretty surprised too," goalie Tim Thomas, who hails from Flint, Mich., said with a smirk. "I think we ...