Preview: Panthers at Red Wings

The Panthers, who defeated the Red Wings 6-3 on Thursday as part of their current 5-0-1 run, lead second-place Tampa Bay and Boston by six points in the Atlantic, with Detroit sitting eight back. The Red Wings go for back-to-back home victories for the first time in almost two months after knocking off the New York Islanders 5-1 on Saturday to snap a five-game slide (0-4-1) at Joe Louis Arena. ?It?s imperative that we get our wins here at home,? Red Wings defenseman Mike Green told reporters. ?We haven?t been getting our points here at home, and (Saturday) was a big night for us to get in the right direction.? Detroit is 12-10-5 at home overall.<BR><BR><STRONG>TV:</STRONG> 7:30 p.m. ET, FSN Florida, FSN Detroit Plus

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