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Sam Gagner scored in the eighth round of a shootout to give the Detroit Red Wings a 1-0 home victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday. Tampa Bay outshot Detroit in regulation time and overtime, 33-15, but failed to beat Detroit goalkeeper Thomas Greiss, who posted his second consecutive shutout. Tampa Bay started backup goalie Curtis McElhinney, who made 15 saves in what was his first start since April 22-11 of the season. Tampa Bay’s Ross Colton scored to start the shootout, but the Red Wings’ Jakub Vrana responded in the first round to tie the shootout at 1-1. Tampa Bay’s Brayden Point and Detroit’s Filip Zadina scored in the second round of the penalty shootout, but there were no more goals until Tampa Bay’s Tyler Johnson scored in the seventh round. However, Detroit’s Valtteri Filppula scored to force an eighth round. After Tampa Bay’s Yanni Gourde missed the net, Gagner finally ended the game. Tampa Bay (34-14-3, 71 points) had a great opportunity with 6:04 remaining in the game when they held a two-man lead to 1:46, but the Red Wings (18-26-9, 45 points) he killed the opportunity, allowing just two shots and holding a spike shot that went off the crossbar. The Lightning thought they had taken the lead with 9:23 remaining in the third period on a goal from a one-point shot from Ryan McDonagh, but after a challenge from the Red Wings, he was called up due to goalkeeper interference. It was ruled that Ondrej Palat collided with Greiss and threw him out of position when the puck entered the net. Tampa Bay was 0-for-4 on the power play, while Detroit was 0-for-3. The Lightning saw the end of a four-game winning streak, while the Red Wings snapped a three-game losing streak despite failing to score a goal in regulation time for the second time in three games. – Field level media

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