from Dana Wakiji of the Wings website,
The Detroit Red Wings have made their way through some real adversity and are now reaping the benefits of those lessons.
The Anaheim Ducks scored two goals in the first minute of the second period and after the Wings challenged the second one for goaltender interference, they found themselves down a man.
But these Wings are different from the ones who were struggling a couple of weeks ago.
Those Wings might have allowed a power-play goal and gone down 3-0.
These Wings dug in, killed the penalty and earned their way back into the game, finally tying it with 36.4 seconds left on Dylan Larkin's power-play goal.
Dennis Cholowski's goal at 2:04 of overtime gave Detroit a 4-3 victory and extended their winning streak to a season-high three games.
The Wings improved to 7-12-1 while the Ducks fell to 9-8-2.
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