Toledo defenseman Max Nicastro scored with one second left in regulation to send tonight's ECHL game against Kalamazoo to overtime.
Wes O'Neill then scored the game winner with 1:54 left in regulation on a nice passing play from Joey Martin and Kyle Rogers.
Kalamazoo scored two first period goals and but the Walleye answered with two in the third period and beat the Wings 3-2 before a crowd of 4,524 at the Huntington Center.
Toledo (12-7-1) has won six of their last seven and three in a row.
Rookie Luke Glendening got the Walleye on the board with 13:30 left in the game. Glendening scored his team-high 11th on an assist from Andrej Nestrasil.
The Walleye host Cincinnati on Saturday night at 7 p.m.