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Devin Setoguchi's overtime goal gives Minnesota 2-1 in over Detroit @NHLdotcom

DETROIT - Devin Setoguchi's power-play goal in overtime gave the Minnesota Wild a 2-1 comeback win over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night.

Setoguchi put in a rebound 1:33 into extra time with Red Wings forward Johan Franzen in the penalty box for goaltender interference.

Detroit has now dropped five straight games, a streak that includes Minnesota's 1-0 win over the Red Wings on Saturday night.

Mikko Koivu also scored for Minnesota while Josh Harding stopped 36 shots.

Nicklas Lidstrom got the Red Wings' goal and Jimmy Howard made 25 saves.

Koivu tied the game at one with a minute left when he tipped in Justin Falk's shot from the point with Harding pulled for the extra attacker. It was Koivu's first goal of the season.

Lidstrom opened the scoring six minutes into the game when he tipped in a pass from the inside edge of the right circle for his third goal. It came a second after Marek Zidlickey's tripping penalty ended.

Notes: Detroit C Gustav Nyquist made his NHL debut after being recalled from Grand Rapids of the AHL. ... Forward Jiri Hudler was a healthy scratch for the Red Wings. ... Harding had to be tended to by the Minnesota trainer 4:44 into the third period after he was knocked down behind the net by Detroit's Drew Miller, who received a charging penalty.

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