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Red Wings vs. Rangers – NHL Game Summary – November 6, 2022

Red Wings vs. Rangers – NHL Game Summary – November 6, 2022

NEW YORK — Dominic Cuban scored a power-play goal at 2:43 of overtime and the Detroit Red Wings rallied to beat the New York Rangers 3-2 Sunday.

Matt Luff i Pius Suter scored in the second period as Detroit came back from a 2-0 deficit in the first period. Moritz Seider had two assists and Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 27 shots in the Red Wings’ third straight win.

“I feel good about where my game is,” Nedeljkovic said. “When you beat good teams, it’s huge.”

Kaapo Kako i Mika Zibanejad scored in the first to give the Rangers the lead. Jaroslav Halak made 33 saves and fell to 0-3-1 in four starts this season.

“I like that we didn’t get off our game even though we were down 2-0 after the first,” Red Wings coach Derek Lalonde said. “We showed some maturity in not forcing it, not chasing it. … Guys are being rewarded.”

In overtime, the Red Wings went on the power play when Rangers defenseman K’Andre Miller was called for holding the post at 1:44. Kubalik took advantage almost a minute later, scoring his sixth goal of the season. It is tied with Dylan Larkin for leading the team with 15 points.

“We deserved this. We earned it,” said Kubalik, who joined the Red Wings as a free agent after three seasons with Chicago. “We’re happy to get the win… Every day in training I feel more and more comfortable. I’m just happy.”

Halak broke and smashed the post against his left post in frustration after the game-winning goal.

The 37-year-old had made a stick save on Kubalik solo down the left sideline with four minutes left in the third, then denied. Filip Hronek‘s blank in the last minute of regulation to force overtime.

“It’s hard to get a PK extension. It’s 4-on-3 and they have their best players,” Halak said. “They have skill and they can make plays. This is what happened.”

Kakko opened the scoring at 9:14 of the first, chipping the puck past Nedeljkovic for his third of the season and first since Oct. 17. Chris Kreider He picked up his 200th assist on the play, becoming the 16th player from the 2009 draft class to reach the milestone.

Zibanejad made it 2-0 on the power play with 3:04 left, one time on a cross-ice pass from Artemi Panarin beat Nedeljkovic from his usual place in the left circle. Panarin, who leads the Rangers with 17 points, has points in seven of his last eight games. Zibanejad has points in five straight games.

Captain of the Rangers Jacob Furn expressed frustration with his team’s inability to keep the pressure on Detroit after a strong first period.

“We have to find a way to play a complete game,” Trouba said. “You can’t play two periods in this league.”

Luff got the Red Wings on the scoreboard at 2:56 of the second when he tipped Ben Chiarot’s shot past Halak.

Suter tied it at 8:37, taking advantage of lax Rangers defense on Halak. He scored his third from the front.

Rangers manager Gerard Gallant shuffled the lines in the third after his team’s poor performance in the second.

“I’m just trying to shake things up a little bit,” Gallant said. “Let’s see if we can wake up a few guys.”

Halak made eight saves in the third and four in overtime before Kubalik’s game-winner.

“It gave us a chance to win, we just couldn’t take it,” Zibanejad said. “It’s disappointing.”

WELCOME AGAIN

The former Rangers striker Andrew Copp returned to Madison Square Garden for the first time since signing a five-year deal with Detroit in the offseason. He scored eight goals and 18 points in 16 games with New York after being acquired from Winnipeg last March, then added six goals and eight assists in 20 playoff contests during the Rangers’ run to the Conference Finals. East of 2022.

ALIGNMENTS

Rangers forward Philip Chytil returned after missing six games with a suspected concussion.

UNTIL THE NEXT

Red Wings: Host Montreal on Tuesday night.

Rangers: Host on New York Islanders on Tuesday night.



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