Terry’s shootout goal lifts Ducks over Wings

Troy Terry scored the lone goal in the shootout while goalie John Gibson made 20 saves through overtime and was perfect in the shootout as the Anaheim Ducks beat the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 in their home opener in NHL action Monday night.The Ducks celebrated the 25th anniversary of their inaugural game by winning for the third time in as many outings to start the season. The Red Wings are winless through three games to start the season for the first time since 1991-92, although two of their losses were in extra time.Detroit’s Tyler Bertuzzi opened the scoring at 11:06 of the first period to kick off the back-and-forth tilt. After Bertuzzi gained the puck at the side of the net, he worked his way to the front of the cage and buried the shot.Anaheim’s Hampus Lindholm tied the game at 10:57 of the second period. Lindholm gathered the puck at his left point and eluded one check before skating down to the dot and ripped a shot just inside the far post.Darren Helm restored Detroit’s lead at 14:56 of the middle frame. Helm elected to shoot on an odd-man rush, only to see that offering blocked, but he buried his second offering.Again the Ducks tied the game, though, with Jakob Silfverberg scoring at the 9:29 mark of the third period. Silfverberg was on the spot for a rebound tally, which already gives him five points on the season.