EDMONTON, Alberta — Brian Campbell scored the go-ahead goal in the second period, and the Florida Panthers got two more in the third period to win their third straight with a 4-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday night.

Tomas Kopecky, Jimmy Hayes and Sean Bergenheim also scored for the Panthers, who are 4-1 through the first five games of a six-game road trip. Jussi Jokinen added a pair of assists, and Roberto Luongo made 31 saves.

Blackhawks 4, Wild 1: Marian Hossa, Bryan Bickell and Brad Richards each had a goal and an assist, leading Chicago to a victory over sliding Minnesota in Chicago.

Defenseman Johnny Oduya also scored and Corey Crawford made 36 saves as Chicago rebounded from an ugly 5-2 loss at Edmonton on Friday night. Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane added two assists apiece in the opener of a four-game homestand.

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RED WINGS: Detroit put goalie Jimmy Howard, a former University of Maine star, on injured reserve after he was carted off the ice Saturday night at Washington.

Howard has a groin injury. The Red Wings called up goalie Tom McCollum on Sunday from Grand Rapids of the AHL.

GORDIE HOWE: The remarkable resurgence of Detroit Red Wings legend Gordie Howe continues, as he has gone from wheelchair bound to pushing a shopping cart.

Howe’s son, Mark, who was at Saturday’s game between the Wings and Washington Capitals in his role as a Wings pro scout, told the Detroit Free Press that Gordie “is doing very well, overall.”

Gordie Howe, who turns 87 in March, has severe dementia and has suffered a series of strokes since last summer, including a serious one in October.