Todd Bertuzzi is finding open space on the ice, his teammates are feeding him the puck, and good things are happening for the Detroit Red Wings.
Goals have been coming in pairs lately for Bertuzzi. His second goal of the game Friday snapped a third-period tie, sending the Red Wings to a 4-3 victory against the Florida Panthers at the BankAtlantic Center.
Bertuzzi has scored twice in three of the past four games. Detroit has equaled its season-long four-game winning streak by sweeping a two-game trip to Florida, which also was the team's sixth annual fathers' trip.
"Good to see him shoot, he doesn't shoot enough," teammate Danny Cleary said. "He certainly complements whatever line he's on. He's good with the puck, he's responsible. Nice to see him score."
Todd Bertuzzi's second goal of the game snaps tie, lifts Red Wings past Panthers
Michigan Live | Feb 19