Lightning 3, Red Wings 2 (OT)

DETROIT -- Right wing Teddy Purcell's goal with 1:09 left in overtime gave the Tampa Bay Lightning a 3-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night at Joe Louis Arena.

Left wing Ryan Malone and center Steven Stamkos also scored for Tampa Bay (12-4-0). Ben Bishop stopped 25 shots.

Center/left wing Henrik Zetterberg scored both goals for Detroit (9-5-4), which lost is fifth straight at home. Jimmy Howard made 31 saves.

Purcell scored from the slot off a pass from forward Richard Panik after Kyle Quincey's turnover behind the Red Wings' net.

Zetterberg tied the game 2-2 with 4:12 left on a slap shot from the right circle for his second goal of the game and 10th of the season.

Stamkos gave the Lightning a 2-1 lead with 7:10 left in the second period. He beat Howard with a snap shot from the right face-off dot. Stamkos' 14th goal came four seconds after Tampa Bay had killed 5:24 of consecutive Detroit power-play time, including 36 seconds with a two-man advantage.

In all, the Lightning had been at even strength for just 17 seconds of the previous 7:41 when Stamkos extended his goal-scoring streak to six games and points streak to eight.

Zetterberg opened the scoring 3:51 into the game when he intercepted Stamkos' pass in the slot and put a wrist shot past Bishop.

Malone tied it at 1 for the Lightning with 9:49 remaining in the opening period when he put in the rebound of his own wrap-around attempt. It was Malone's second goal this season.

NOTES: It was Tampa Bay C Valtteri Filppula's first game against his former team since signing a five-year, $25 million contract with Tampa Bay in July. Filppula spent his first eight seasons with the Red Wings. ... Detroit C Stephen Weiss didn't play because of a sore groin and RW Johan Franzen missed his fourth game with an upper-body injury/illness. ... Lightning GM Steve Yzerman played his entire 22-season Hall of Fame career with the Red Wings and was the Detroit captain for the last 19 seasons. ... The Red Wings recalled C Luke Glendening and D Xavier Ouellet from their AHL affiliate in Grand Rapids earlier on Saturday.