Detroit Red Wings battle back to earn a point in 3-2 overtime loss to Blackhawks

The Detroit Red Wings played a tight, spirited game against an Original Six rival in their first home game in two weeks. The good vibe they took away from their last road game didn’t last long as a couple breakdowns forced the Wings to play from behind against the Chicago Blackhawks Monday at Little Caesars Arena. The Wings pushed the game to overtime but lost, 3-2, on Dominik Kubalik’s second goal of the night. It was the first time this season the Wings gained points in two straight games, and bumped their record to 4-10-3. The Blackhawks had a 2-0 lead when Vladislav Namestnikov scored. The…

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