Walman’s buzzer-beater sends Hurricanes to loss

Detroit’s goal with 3.2 seconds left handed Carolina a 3-2 loss

Red Wings defenseman Jake Walman celebrates his game-winning goal against the Hurricanes in tDetroit's 3-2 home win Thursday. (Paul Sancya / AP Photo)

DETROIT — Defenseman Jake Walman scored with 3.2 seconds left to give the Detroit Red Wings a 3-2 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night.

Dominik Kubalik and captain Dylan Larkin also scored for the Red Wings and Alex Nedeljkovic made 31 saves to beat his former team.

Kubalik scored 59 second into the game and Larkin connected on a power play at 7:26 of the second. Larkin extended his team leads in goals with 28 and power-play goals with 15.

Carolina defense partners Brent Burns and Jaccob Slavin scored 3:36 apart in the second — at 42 seconds and 4:18.

Hurricanes goalie Frederik Andersen made 19 saves in his first loss against Detroit. He entered the game 10-0-1 against the Red Wings.

Hurricanes forward Teuvo Teravainen was scratched due to illness.

THe Hurricanes play in Montreal on Saturday.