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Back on point: Florida Panthers 2, Detroit Red Wings 1

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Sasha Barkov (center) is wrapped up following a face off at center ice in a game between the Florida Panthers and Detroit Red Wings on Feb. 7. // Photo by Roger Topalian/21st Century Photography

The Florida Panthers bounced back after suffering their first loss in regulation as they secured yet another one-goal win, this one 2-1 over the visiting Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night.

Florida, which lost to these Wings 4-1 on Sunday evening, have won three of four meetings between the two so far this season with another trip to the Motor City coming next week.

In between that, however, come four games against the Tampa Bay Lightning and Carolina Hurricanes.

Three of those are against the defending champs, a team Florida rarely does well against.

The Panthers are now 7-1-2 — a great start to be sure — but we’re going to find out a lot about this team starting now.

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