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DETROIT (AP) — Sean Bergenheim and the Florida Panthers ended Detroit’s four-game winning streak with a 4-3 victory Tuesday night.

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Bergenheim gave the Panthers a 2-1 lead midway through the second period when he shot into an open net after a giveaway deep in the Red Wings’ zone.

Jimmy Hayes, Vincent Trocheck and Aaron Ekblad added goals for Florida, which has won three of its last four.

Detroit’s Gustav Nyquist scored with 59 seconds to play to cut the lead to a goal, but the Red Wings never got another good chance.

Tomas Tatar and Pavel Datsyuk each scored their 10th goals and Jimmy Howard made 27 saves for the Red Wings, who were seeking a fourth straight home victory.

Roberto Luongo made 38 saves to secure his eighth win of the season.

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Florida’s Willie Mitchell earned four minutes in the penalty box early in the first period after roughing and high-sticking Darren Helm in front of the Panthers’ net. Tatar made the Panthers pay when he tapped Datsyuk’s wrister past Luongo.

Hayes evened the score late in the first period and Trocheck and Ekblad added third-period goals to give the Panthers a 4-1 lead.

Both teams had to cancel their morning skates after a massive power outage Tuesday morning shut down several public buildings, including Joe Louis Arena, in the city’s downtown. Power was restored to most of the affected buildings by nightfall and the game began as scheduled.

The Red Wings had a late start in Sunday’s 5-3 win over Vancouver because of a power failure seconds into the game. The two outages were not related.

Notes: Hockey Hall of Famer and Detroit legend Gordie Howe was placed in intensive care at a Lubbock, Texas, hospital after suffering what his family called a major stroke Monday night. The 86-year-old has suffered three strokes since late October. . Florida forward Aleksander Barkov was scratched with an upper-body injury. . Red Wings forward Justin Abdelkader missed the game with a left shoulder injury he suffered during Sunday’s win over Vancouver.

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