Warren Young scored his second goal of the game 1:32 into overtime last night as the Detroit Red Wings, playing at home, ended a seven-game losing streak with a 6-5 victory over the Boston Bruins.

After Boston's Bill Derlago scored a third-period goal to force the overtime, Young received a pass near center ice, skated around defenseman Ray Bourque and beat goaltender Doug Keans with a rising wrist shot for the Red Wings' first overtime victory of the season.

Boston trailed, 4-2, after one period, but dominated the second, outshooting Detroit, 11-1, to tie it at 4. Sabres 6, Jets 3

In Buffalo, Dave Andreychuk scored a goal and assisted on two to lead the Sabres over Winnipeg. It was Buffalo's third straight victory since General Manager Scotty Bowman replaced Jim Schoenfeld as coach last Friday. Rangers 4, Maple Leafs 2

Defenseman Ron Greschner scored a goal and had two assists to lead New York to its road victory. It was Toronto's fourth straight loss. Black Hawks 3, Canadiens 3

In Chicago, Doug Wilson's 70-foot slap shot late in the final period tied it for the Black Hawks and, after five minutes of overtime, that's the way it ended. The Black Hawks are 2-0-6 in extra-period games; the Canadiens are 0-5-4. Devils 6, Flames 6

Aaron Broten scored with 49 seconds remaining in regulation to cap a four-goal third period for visiting New Jersey as the Devils and Flames tied. Trailing, 6-2, after two periods, the Devils scored three goals within 82 seconds at the start of the final period and forced overtime on Broten's 14th goal of the season, at 19:11 of the third period. Penguins 7, Oilers 4

Mike Bullard scored three goals and Mario Lemieux set up three of Pittsburgh's five goals in the third period as the Penguins won in Edmonton. Dave Lumley, Mike Krushelnyski, Wayne Gretzky and Don Jackson scored for the Oilers. Gretzky extended his consecutive-games point streak to 37.