Stone’s shootout goal lifts Senators over Red Wings 2-1

 DETROIT (AP) — Mark Stone scored the final goal in the shootout, and the Ottawa Senators beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Tuesday night.

   Mika Zibanejad and Kyle Turris also had shootout goals for the Senators. Clarke MacArthur scored in the third period, and Andrew Hammond, who missed the previous two games because of a lower-body injury, returned and made 16 saves.

   Petr Mrazek stopped 33 shots for Detroit, which got a regulation and shootout goal from Gustav Nyquist. Tomas Tatar also scored in the shootout.

   Nyquist opened the scoring early in the second when his wrist shot zipped past Hammond’s right side. Ottawa’s MacArthur tied it late in the third when his slap shot nicked Mrazek’s glove before going in.

   The win, coupled with Boston’s 3-2 victory over Florida, kept the Senators three points behind the Bruins in the race for eighth place in the Eastern Conference.