Ryan Strome’s OT winner pushes Ducks past Red Wings

Ryan Strome scored with 50 seconds remaining in overtime after John Klingberg forced the extra period with a goal in the last minute of regulation as the Anaheim Ducks pulled off a 3-2 victory Tuesday over the visiting Detroit Red Wings.Mason McTavish also scored a goal for the Ducks, who ended a three-game losing streak. John Gibson had 31 saves for Anaheim.After the Red Wings controlled the puck for the first three minutes of overtime, Strome and Trevor Zegras teamed up on a give-and-go for the game-winner. It was Strome’s fifth of the season, while Zegras had two assists and now has eight on the season.The Ducks improved to 3-0 in overtime but remained the only NHL team without a victory in regulation (16 games).Jonatan Berggren scored his first career goal and Michael Rasmussen also scored for the Red Wings, who saw their losing streak extend to four games (0-2-2).Ville Husso had 27 saves for the Red Wings, who fell to 0-2 to start a four-game road trip and have won just twice in seven games away from home.