New York Rangers lost against Detroit Red Wings
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Red Wings beat the Rangers in overtime

The teams were tied after 60 minutes but overtime saw the Detroit Red Wings come away with the close win over the New York Rangers on the road on Sunday. The final score was 3-2.

Detroit's Dominik Kubalik scored the game-winning goal.

Detroit has extended their lead in their division to 16 points, while Tampa Bay sits one point back.

The Rangers took the lead in the middle of the first period, with a goal from Kaapo Kakko. Chris Kreider and Jacob Trouba assisted.

The Rangers' Mika Zibanejad increased the lead to 2-0 late in the first, assisted by Artemi Panarin and Adam Fox.

The Red Wings narrowed the gap to 2-1 early into the second period when Matt Luff found the back of the net, assisted by Ben Chiarot and Moritz Seider.

In the second period, Pius Suter scored a goal, assisted by Filip Hronek and Dylan Larkin, making the score 2-2.

In overtime, it took 2:43 before Dominik Kubalik scored the game-winner for the road team, assisted by David Perron and Moritz Seider.

New York is now 6–4–3, while Detroit improves to 7–3–2.

This means New York is still in fourth place and Detroit is in third.

Next games:

Both teams will be back in action on Tuesday when the Rangers host New York at 7 p.m. at Madison Square Garden and the Red Wings welcome the Montreal Canadiens at 7 p.m. at Little Caesars Arena.

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