DETROIT -- Derick's Brassard breakaway goal with 12.9 seconds left in overtime gave the New York Rangers a 3-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night at Joe Louis Arena.
Benoit Pouliot scored a goal and added an assist and Mats Zuccarello also scored for New York (3-6-0). Cam Talbot stopped 32 of 34 shots in the win.
It was the last game of a nine-game road-trip to start the season for the Rangers because Madison Square Garden was being renovated.
Drew Miller and Daniel Alfredsson scored for Detroit (6-4-2), which lost its fourth straight. Jimmy Howard made 37 saves.
Rangers left winger Zuccarello tied the game at 2 by putting in a rebound 2:18 into the third for his first goal of the season.
Pouliot tied the game at 1 with a power-play goal with 2:40 remaining in the second period. He put one in off a goal-mouth scramble.
Alfredsson's power-play goal with 11 seconds left in the seconds period restored Detroit's lead. He ripped a one-time shot from the right circle for his second goal.
Howard dove across the crease to make a spectacular blocker save on Brian Boyle about eight minutes into the middle period.
New York defenseman Ryan McDonagh hit the goal post about five minutes into the second period.
Miller opened the scoring with 2:48 left in the first period. He completed a 2-on-1 rush by beating Talbot with a wrist shot from the left circle.
Howard made a point-blank save on Chris Kreider's backhand shot 5:11 into the opening period.
NOTES: New York G Henrik Lundquist missed his second game because of ah an undisclosed injury. ... Seeking to find more offense after scoring only three goals in its last three games, Detroit coach Mike Babcock split up C Pavel Datsyuk and C Henrik Zetterberg, who had been playing together on the first line. Datsyuk centered RW Daniel Alfredsson and LW Todd Bertuzzi, and Zetterberg was between RW Tomas Tatar and LW Johan Franzen. Tatar was moved into the top two lines in another attempt to add some offense. ... Rangers' C J.T. Miller played junior hockey with the suburban-Detroit based Plymouth Whaler of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The Red Wings' healthy scratches were RW Mikael Samuelsson and RW Patrick Eaves.