Defenseman Josh Brown and forward Dryden Hunt each scored their first NHL goal as the host Florida Panthers defeated the Detroit Red Wings 6-1 on Sunday.It was the 33rd NHL game for Hunt, 23, who signed with the Panthers in 2016 after going undrafted. Brown, 25, was Florida’s sixth-round pick in 2013, and this was his 24th NHL game.Hunt and Brown upstaged another Panthers rookie — goalie Sam Montembeault, who had zero wins a couple of days ago but has now won two straight games after stopping 19 Wings shots.Montembeault is 2-0-1 as he gets a late-season trial for the Panthers, who are long-shots for the playoffs but have outscored their opponents 12-3 during a two-game win streak.Against the Wings, the Panthers also got one goal and one assist each from Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau. Barkov leads Florida with 77 points and has a career-best 30 goals. Huberdeau has a career-best 74 points and leads Florida with 52 assists.The Panthers also got two assists each from defensemen Aaron Ekblad and MacKenzie Weegar.Detroit, which got a goal from Thomas Vanek, has lost 10 of their past 11 games. Wings goalie Jimmy Howard had a rough game, making 37 saves.Florida opened the scoring on Brown’s goal with 6:42 expired in the first period. Troy Brouwer, who had the puck deep along the left boards, fired a centering pass to Brown, whose wobbly wrist shot beat Howard glove-side.