By: Al Bello - Getty Images Sport

Derick Brassard scored with 2:10 left in overtime as the New York Rangers beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-3 Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. New York (6-4-2) took a 2-0 lead thanks to a first period power play goal from Rick Nash and then Martin St. Louis added a breakaway score in the second. Detroit (6-4-3) tied the game in the second by scoring two goals in a span of 13 seconds when Jakub Kindl scored a power play goal then Daniel Cleary followed with the equalizer. The Rangers took the lead back when Lee Stempniak beat Jonas Gustavsson at the 12:40 mark in the third and held that lead until Tomas Tatar sent the game into the extra period on a goal with 7.7 seconds left in regulation. Henrik Lundqvist stopped 25 of 28 shots on goal for the Rangers and Gustavsson made 26 saves for Detroit. The Red Wings next host the New Jersey Devils Friday night at Joe Louis Arena. Puck drops at 7:30pm.