Gregg Krupa The Detroit News Published 10:40 PM EST Nov 9, 2018 Detroit — Showing increasing resilience, the Red Wings came from behind for a second consecutive game, beating the Rangers 3-2 in overtime, Friday. Fed by Andreas Athanasiou, Dylan Larkin broke in on Henrik Lundqvist with five seconds left in overtime and beat him cleanly with the game-winning goal. It was Larkin’s seventh of the season. Athanasiou tied the game with 2:02 left in regulation, after the Wings trailed for much of the game. Jimmy Howard held them in the game for long stretches, eventually stopping 28 of 30 shots. BOX SCORE: Red Wings 3, Rangers 2, OT In regulation, the Wings nearly succumbed to penalty problems and their chronic failure to move the puck up out of their zone from their defensive corps. Justin Abdelkader scored his fourth goal of the season, early in the third period, after the Wings spotted New York to a 2-0 lead. The Rangers, winners of five in a row, got goals from defensemen Kevin Shattenkirk and Neal Pionk. For substantial portions of the game, the Red Wings had continuing difficulties exiting their own zone in transition from defense to offense. It is… Read full this story
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