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Islanders fall to Red Wings in OT for 10th consecutive loss

DETROIT — Moritz Seider scored 3:33 into time beyond regulation and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Islanders 4-3 Saturday evening, handing New York its 10th straight loss.

Filip Hronek, Sam Gagner and Givani Smith additionally scored for the Red Wings, who received their season-high fifth straight. Alex Nedeljkovic had 20 saves.

Oliver Wahlstrom had two power-play objectives, Cal Clutterbuck scored short-handed, and Mathew Barzal had two assists because the Islanders earned some extent for the second straight recreation and fell to 0-8-2 throughout their skid. Ilya Sorokin completed with 26 saves.

In the additional interval, Seider scored on a one-timer from the left circle off a cross from Pius Suter.

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The Islanders, lacking main scorer Brock Nelson and defenseman Ryan Pulock due to accidents, matched the longest winless streak in franchise historical past, an analogous 0-8-2 stretch from Nov. 19 to Dec. 9, 2013. They managed simply 23 photographs on purpose — solely three in the primary interval — and scored a couple of purpose for simply the second time in 9 video games.

Adam Erne deliver a big hit on Anthony Beuvillier during the Islanders' 4-3 overtime loss to the Red Wings.Adam Erne ship an enormous hit on Anthony Beuvillier through the Islanders’ 4-3 time beyond regulation loss to the Red Wings.Getty Images

Wahlstrom’s second of the evening tied it 3-3 with 7 1/2 minutes left in the third interval.

The Islanders opened the scoring when Clutterbuck wrapped round Filip Zadina and tucked the puck previous a sprawling Nedeljkovic 2:45 into the sport.

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Ilya SorokinIlya SorokinGetty Images

Hronek tied it from past the left circle at 5:18 of the primary, and Gagne banked a shot off Sorokin’s proper shoulder pad on a pointy angle at 7:37 to put the Red Wings forward.

Wahlstrom snapped a nine-game pointless streak to tie it 2-2 halfway by means of the second interval.

Smith gave the Red Wings a 3-2 lead on a shot that whistled over Sorokin’s left shoulder for his fourth level in seven video games. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound ahead, who was protected by the Red Wings in July’s enlargement draft, was held and not using a level the primary 12 video games of the season.

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