Ice Hockey – NHL: Panthers Go Unbeaten: 3-2 v Detroit – SPORTS

Ice Hockey - NHL: Panthers Go Unbeaten: 3-2 v Detroit - SPORTS

ice Hockey:NHL: Panthers remain undefeated: 3-2 against Detroit

Red Wings goalkeeper Alex Nedeljkovic (R) held the puck while Panthers right wing Patrick Hornquist waited for a rebound. Photo: Paul Sancia / AP / DPA (Photo: DPA)

Directly from DPA News Channel

DETROIT (AP) — The Florida Panthers have won the first NHL game since the resignation of head coach Joel Queneville against the Detroit Red Wings and are undefeated as one of only two teams.

Detroit had a 3–2 draw after extra time against a team around national player Moritz Cedar and goalkeeper Thomas Grease. The Cedars set the target to make it 2-2 and have already made seven assists this season. Greece was not used. Queneville resigned Thursday for failing to adequately respond to allegations of abuse by a player against a video analyst while serving as head coach for the Chicago Blackhawks.

The Carolina Hurricanes are also still undefeated this season, due in a 6:3 against the Blackhawks. Chicago, on the other hand, are looking forward to their first win after eight games, as are the Arizona Coyotes, who lost 2-0 to the Washington Capitals.

Tim Stutzl followed suit with the Ottawa Senators. Against the Dallas Stars, the Canadian team won 4:1 after three consecutive losses. Stutzl prepared a hit for the final score.

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