BETHESDA, Md. Travis Sanheim Flyers Jersey . -- Justin Rose has won enough times on the strongest golf courses to appreciate how one mistake can make a difference. He got away with one Sunday at Congressional to win the Quicken Loans National. Shawn Stefani did not. With the poise and the putting touch of a U.S. Open champion, Rose atoned for a 4-iron he hit into the water on the 18th hole to make a 15-foot bogey putt that got him into a playoff and gave him new life. On the 18th hole in the playoff, Stefani hit the same type of shot that rolled into the same pond left of the green. There are no second chances in a sudden-death playoff. Rose won with a par on the first extra hole for his first victory since the U.S. Open last summer at Merion. This one required about as much work, with Congressional far more difficult and unrelenting than when it hosted a soggy U.S. Open three years ago. "Congressional got its reputation back after the U.S. Open," Rose said. "I really enjoy this type of golf and this type of test. I think it tested all of us. Im delighted." The Englishman was far from delighted after thinking he had thrown this one away. Tied for the lead as he played the 18th, Rose tried to squeeze a 4-iron through a tiny gap in the trees from 209 yards away, playing toward the right side of the green for a chance at par. Instead, he turned it over and realized when he jogged toward the fairway that it was headed for the water. His caddie, Mark Fulcher, told Rose that Stefani had just made bogey behind them on the 17th. "Everything else was forgotten at that point," Rose said. "I wiped the slate clean and just focused on my putt on 18. An amazing feeling in any sort of championship when you make a putt like that. That means something. Thats special. "And then the playoff, it was just up to me to not do what I did the first time around." He left that to Stefani, who had drilled his tee shot in regulation and narrowly missed a 20-foot birdie putt for his first PGA Tour victory. In the playoff, Stefani pulled his tee shot in the trees and got relief from grandstands blocking his view of the green. He chose a 6-iron to punch it around the trees. "The grass closed the club down," Stefani said, "and it went left into the water. I was trying to play it down the right side and have a chance at a putt, two putts for a par. Thats the way it goes. It was great to have a chance to win." Both closed with a 1-under 70 and finished at 4-under 280 on a course that looked like a U.S. Open, and played like one the way so many contenders -- seven players had at least a share of the lead at one point -- tumbled down the leaderboard. Only six players broke par in the final round. And it was only the second time this year that the winning score was higher than the 36-hole lead (6 under). That also happened at Torrey Pines, which like Congressional, previously hosted a U.S. Open. No one crashed harder than Patrick Reed, who had a two-shot lead to start the final round, still had a two-shot lead at the turn and didnt even finish in the top 10. He made back-to-back double bogeys, shot 41 on the back and closed with a 77 to tie for 11th. "This definitely burns and definitely gets me more fired up for more events coming up," Reed said. Even though he got a reprieve with the clutch bogey putt, Rose looked like a U.S. Open champion the way he put himself into position. He hit 5-iron to 5 feet for one of only four birdies on the 11th hole Sunday. Staring at potential bogey from deep rough on the 14th, he boldly hit 3-wood up the hill and between the deep bunkers to the middle of the green. It was a par, but Rose called the 3-wood his "shot of the day." And before his blunder on the 18th, he holed an 8-foot sliding par putt on the 17th. "I felt like all aspects of my game were tested this week, and its really nice to win in that fashion," Rose said. Stefani, whose only major experience was at Merion last year, plodded along like a U.S. Open veteran with one par after another. He joined Rose in the lead with a 15-foot birdie putt on the 16th. So many others fell back. Brendon Todd was tied for the lead until a double bogey in the water on the 10th. Marc Leishman three-putted for bogey on No. 7 and made bogey on the easiest par 4 at Congressional. Brendan Steele made a late rally, only to take on too much from the rough on the 18th and find the water for double bogey. This was the first British Open qualifier on the PGA Tour -- the leading four players not already exempt from the top 12 at Congressional get into Royal Liverpool next month. Stefani earned one spot as the runner-up. Charley Hoffman (69) and Ben Martin (71) each birdied two of the last three holes to tie for third. Steele got the last spot with a 71 that put him in a three-way tie for third with Andres Romero and Todd, who already is exempt. Steele earned the spot over Romero because he has a higher world ranking. Romero closed with a 68, the low score in a final round when the scoring average was 73.7. Travis Konecny Flyers Jersey . With Van Osch out with a flu bug that has been rampaging through the tournament, Knezevic stepped in to lead B.C. (4-3) to a pair of victories on Tuesday before 1,131 at the Maurice Richard Arena. Brian Elliott Jersey . Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris, city natives, handled the catering for teammates that begged them for the tasty postgame feast.SUNRISE, Fla. -- Henrik Zetterberg didnt wait long to make an impact in his first game back from injury. Zetterberg scored a goal in the first period to lift the Detroit Red Wings over the Florida Panthers 4-3 on Saturday night. Zetterberg returned after missing 11 games with a herniated disk in his back. Zetterberg leads the Red Wings with 31 points (12 goals, 19 assists). "It was nice after a little break here to come back and get a good start. We got two points and we won," Zetterberg said. Gustav Nyquist, Brendan Smith and Daniel Alfredsson also scored for Detroit. Jonas Gustavsson stopped 30 shots. Pavel Datsyuk had two assists. The Red Wings were happy to have their leading scorer back. "Its huge. Hank brings so much to this team, both on and off the ice," Nyquist said. "With him and Pav (Datsyuk) playing you can really feel the difference. Thats why theyre our leaders." Sean Bergenheim scored two goals and Nick Bjugstad also scored for Florida. Scott Clemmensen made 27 saves for the Panthers. The Red Wings have won three of four and beat the Panthers for the first time in three games this season. "We won three out of four here suddenly and some things are better," Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said. The Panthers lost their third straight game. "We showed a lot of battle," Bjugstad said. "We fought back and worked hard. Unfortunately, it didnt go the way we wanted it to." With the game tied at 2, the Red Wings scored twice in the first 1:20 of the third. Smith one-timed a shot from the right circle that went over Clemmensens head to give Detroit a 3-2 lead at 42 seconds of the period. The goal was Smiths first of the season in 30 games. Nyquist poked in a rebound 38 seconds later that stretched the lead to 4-2. Bergenheims second goal of the game made it 4-3. His shot from the high slot went five-hole on Gustavsson at 44:27. Samuel Morin Jersey. Bergenheim earned his second two-goal game this season. The other was on Nov. 25 against Philadelphia. "It doesnt really mean anything. Disappointment is whats on everybodys mind right now," Bergenheim said. Trailing 2-0, the Panthers scored twice in just over two minutes in the second period to tie the game. Florida closed to 2-1 on Bergenheims power-play goal at 12:52. Bergenheim took a pass from Brian Campbell in front of the crease and backhanded it past Gustavsson. Bjugstad tied the game on a breakaway, bringing the puck to the crease and slipping it past Gustavssons pad at 14:59 to make it 2-all. "I got kind of lucky that puck landed right on my tape. My eyes were real big when I was skating down the ice," Bjugstad said. The Red Wings scored two power-play goals in the first period. The Red Wings scored on their first shot of the game. Alfredssons ripped a shot from the right circle 12 seconds into the power play beat Clemmensen at 3:47 for a 1-0 lead. Alfredsson has five points in his past four games. Zetterberg made it 2-0 when he took a cross-ice pass from Datsyuk at the dot in the right circle and wristed it over Clemmensens glove and into the net at 14:29. Zetterbergs presence seemed to fire up the team. "Its not only all the goals and points he scores, its the small things that helps everyone," Gustavsson said. "It was great to see him back." NOTES: The Red Wings will play six of their next seven games on the road. Their only home game will be against Toronto at Michigan Stadium on New Years Day in the Winter Classic. ... Winger Justin Abdelkader returned after missing five games due to a concussion. ... Panthers goaltender Tim Thomas was activated off the injured list after missing the past seven games with a groin injury and is expected to start on Sunday against visiting Montreal. ... C Marcel Goc got his 100th career assist. ' ' '