Tampa Bay’s Brayden Point, right, celebrates his goal against the Detroit Red Wings with center Steven Stamkos in the second period Wednesday night in Tampa, Fla. Chris O’Meara/Associated Press

TAMPA, Fla. — Alex Killorn had a goal and an assist, and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Detroit Red Wings 5-1 on Wednesday for their third consecutive win.

Victor Hedman, Ryan McDonagh, Anthony Cirelli and Brayden Point also scored for Tampa Bay, which earned its third consecutive win and remained unbeaten in five home games this season. Blake Coleman had two assists to reach 100 career points, and Andrei Vasilevskiy made 16 stops.

The Lightning stretched their home win streak against the Red Wings to 15 dating to Dec. 12, 2013.

Anthony Mantha scored for Detroit, which dropped their seventh straight game, including two overtime losses. Thomas Greiss was pulled after allowing three goals on six shots, and Calvin Pickard made 18 saves.

Tampa Bay grabbed control with three goals in the opening five minutes. The Lightning also scored three times in the first period of Monday night’s 5-2 victory over Nashville.

Hedman sparked Tampa Bay’s fast start against Detroit. The 6-foot-6 defenseman took a Tyler Johnson pass off the wall, skated in and cut to the slot before sending a wrist shot over the right shoulder of Greiss.

Cirelli made it 2-0 at 3:57, converting a rebound from the right circle with a quick snap shot while skating four-on-four. McDonagh scored his first of the season at 4:54, making it 3-0 before Detroit registered a shot on goal.

Point scored his fourth of the season 7:25 into the second period, quickly lifting a rebound from in close off a Steven Stamkos shot.

Mantha scored on a breakaway at 9:49 before Killorn deflected a Mikhail Sergachev shot to make it 5-1 at 11:32.

NOTES

HURRICANES: The Carolina Hurricanes say goaltender Petr Mrazek is recovering from surgery on his right thumb.

Mrazek was knocked out of Saturday’s win against Dallas and hasn’t played since.

The Hurricanes say a timetable for his return will be determined, though Coach Rod Brind’Amour said it could be a “long-term kind of injury.” Brind’Amour called the loss of Mrazek “a big blow, obviously.”

The 28-year-old Mrazek leads all NHL goaltenders with a 0.99 goals-against average as well as a .955 save percentage. Mrazek has two shutouts in four appearances this year.

Mrazek’s absence means the Hurricanes will lean more on on James Reimer, who entered the year as part of a tandem with Mrazek and Alex Nedeljkovic.

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