National Hockey League

Maple disbelief! Wings blow huge lead, but Dylan Larkin wins it in OT


The Red Wings went into powerful Toronto on Thursday night — with the Maple Leafs welcoming the return of contract holdout forward William Nylander — and somehow stole two points in the standings.


Dylan Larkin won it in overtime on a breakaway, beating goalie Garret Sparks down the middle of the ice, at 2:48, giving the Wings a 5-4 victory.


Goals from John Tavares, Zach Hyman (Michigan) and Andreas Johnsson erased a 4-1 Wings' lead in the third period, and tied the game in a span of 8:58.


Johnsson tied it on pass off the boards from Auston Matthews that glanced off a Wings' skate, flipping his sixth goal over goalie Jonathan Bernier at 11:36.


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