Detroit’s Joakim Andersson, left, fights for position with the Stars’ Brenden Dillon.
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DETROIT — Rich Peverley’s goal at 4 minutes, 41 seconds of overtime completed a comeback and gave the Dallas Stars a 4-3 win against the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night.
Peverley beat Howard on a wrist shot from the high slot.
Shawn Horcoff, Jamie Benn, and Cody Eakin also for Dallas. Kari Lehtonen stopped 26 shots.
Todd Bertuzzi and Pavel Datsyuk each had a goal and an assist while Adam Almquist got his first career goal for Detroit, which lost its fourth straight at home. Henrik Zetterberg had three assists. Jimmy Howard made 24 saves.
Eakin’s power-play goal at 18:50 of third period — with Lehtonen pulled to make it a 6-on-4 advantage — tied the game at 3. It was Eakin’s fourth goal.
Datsyuk’s goal with 8:26 left in the third gave Detroit a 3-2 lead. He made a nice move past Horcoff in the slot before firing a wrist shot past Lehtonen. It was Datsyuk’s seventh goal.
Benn tied the game at 2 just, 4:08 into the third with a spectacular individual effort.
He stole the puck from the Red Wings’ Darren Helm in the neutral zone, circled back to his own blue line and went end-to-end, made a move past Detroit defenseman Niklas Kronwall and put a backhand past Howard for his sixth goal.
Horcoff put the Stars on the scoreboard at 19:39 of the second period when he was left alone in front of Howard. It was Horcoff’s second goal.
Bertuzzi opened the scoring 7:44 into the second period with his fifth goal. His one-time slap shot from the high slot area, that deflected off the stick of Dallas’ Ryan Garbutt, beat Lehtonen.
Almquist, a rookie defenseman playing in his second NHL game, made it 2-0 with 5:10 left in the second. He scored on a one-time shot from the slot.
Dallas’ Tyler Seguin hit the goal post with about eight minutes left in the first period.
The Red Wings outshot the Stars 7-4 in the first period.
NOTES: Detroit RW Johan Franzen missed his third game with an upper-body injury. ... Dallas GM Jim Nill was formerly the Red Wings’ assistant GM. It was his first game in Detroit in his new position. ... Detroit RW Jordin Tootoo cleared waivers earlier on Thursday but remains with the team. ... Horcoff played collegiately at Michigan State. ... Red Wings backup G Jonas Gustavsson came off injured reserve, where he was because of a stiff neck, on Thursday. Detroit also sent G Jared Coreau to its AHL affiliate in Grand Rapids on Thursday. .. Dallas C Tyler Seguin was helped off the ice with a bloody face in the third period after colliding with two teammates. He played junior hockey with the suburban Detroit-based Plymouth Whalers of the Ontario Hockey League.