Ducks outlast Red Wings in SO

Anaheim, CA ( – Jakob Silfverberg scored the winning goal in
the shootout to lead the Anaheim Ducks in a 4-3 win over the Detroit Red Wings
on Monday.

In the second round, Silfverberg buried a wrister past the glove of Jimmy
Howard, and the Ducks grabbed the win as Tomas Tatar missed his shot on
Detroit’s last chance.

Andrew Cogliano, Emerson Etem and Francois Beauchemin scored in a span of 3:40
late in regulation for the Ducks, who have won three straight. John Gibson
turned aside 35 shots for the win.

Pavel Datsyuk scored twice and Riley Sheahan had the other goal for the Red
Wings, who are 2-0-1 on a six-game road trip. Howard finished with 22 saves.

The game stayed scoreless until the second period when Detroit went on top at
3:54 as Datsyuk picked off the puck along the left boards and shot it home
from the circle.

It was Datsyuk again three minutes later, this time on the power play as
Justin Abdelkader sent a pass from the top of the left circle to the low left
side where Datsyuk snapped it in for hi 21st of the year.

Anaheim rallied with three straight goals in the third to take the lead.

The first goal came at 9:17 as Hampus Lindholm threw a shot on net that Howard
bobbled, but Cogliano backhanded home the rebound as it lay flat on the ice
for his 10th of the season.

Just 2:10 later, it was a tie game as Clayton Stoner sent a shot on net from
the left point that Howard stopped but he was unable to control the rebound
and Etem soft-touched it in.

The Ducks then took their first lead of the game 90 seconds later as Ryan
Getzlaf charged the net from the left side before dishing a backhand pass to
the right circle for Beauchemin, who wristed it home for his seventh of the

Detroit, though, tied the game with 3:51 to play after Gustav Nyquist
snapped a pass from the left wing to the right where Sheahan one-timed it in.

Game Notes

Detroit continues its road trip in Los Angeles on Tuesday … Anaheim hosts
Ottawa on Wednesday … Anaheim was 0-for-4 on the power play while Detroit
was 1-for-5.