from Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press,
The good work the Detroit Red Wings was undermined in a few shifts that forced them to settle for one point.
Their losing streak grew to four games after they blew a late lead and then committed a turnover in overtime that left them settling for a 3-2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center.
"It’s a tough one to go down there and with a minute left, 30 seconds, they score one and tie it up, and then in overtime we’re all over them and they get a chance and bury it," captain Dylan Larkin said. "It stings right now."
Ryan Strome scored after Tyler Bertuzzi turned the puck over behind his own goal line, marring what had been overall a good performance from the Wings.
"I think we put ourselves in position to deserve two points," coach Derek Lalonde said. "But the way we managed our third, taking four penalties, and even the way we managed our overtime — we had a really good start to our season and we’ve been competitive in this league because we take the risk out of our game. Unfortunately a couple times throughout that third and especially in overtime, we got away from that."
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