TORONTO (AP) -- Jakub Kindl scored 2:17 into overtime, Henrik Zetterberg scored his 300th career goal and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 2-1 on Friday night for their third straight win.
Kindl was able to skate in down the middle and beat James Reimer over the blocker for his second goal of the season.
Dion Phaneuf scored for Toronto. The Leafs have just one win in seven games this season at Air Canada Centre.
Petr Mrazek made 32 saves for Detroit, and Reimer stopped 22 shots.
The Wings went 0 for 3 on the power play while the Leafs failed to score on four chances with the man advantage.
Zetterberg opened the scoring with 3:39 to play in the first on an apparently harmless wrist shot taken from just inside the blue line. It fooled Reimer blocker side for Zetterberg's fourth goal this season.
With Reimer on the bench for the extra attacker, Toronto found some extra life and Phaneuf responded with his first of the year to make it 1-1 with 1:01 left in regulation.
Morgan Rielly got behind Detroit's defense with 6 minutes to go in the first for Toronto's best opportunity in the opening period, but had his backhand shot turned aside by Mrazek's left pad.
Byron Froese came inches away from his first NHL goal and close to tying the game early in the second when he pinged a wrist shot off the post just past Mrazek's blocker.
Mrazek wasn't tested very often through the first half of the game, but was sharp when needed -- including a nice glove save on James van Riemsdyk from the top of the face-off dot.
Shots were 12-9 Toronto after 20 minutes and 20-12 entering the third.
Kindl mishandled the puck at the Maple Leafs' blue line while on the power play early in the third, which led to a short-handed breakaway for Shawn Matthias. But Mrazek stayed with him all the way and got the left pad down on Mathias' back-hand deke.
Soon after, Joffrey Lupul had a great chance in close, but he, too, was turned aside by the 23-year-old goaltender.
Reimer made his biggest stop of the night in overtime when he reached around his body and used the back of his glove hand to stop Danny DeKeyser in close.
NOTES: Detroit forward Landon Ferraro left in the first period with a lower-body injury and didn't return. ... Toronto coach Mike Babcock used his timeout with 7:07 to play in the second period to refresh a tired lineup after an icing. ... The Leafs have allowed the first goal in 11 of 13 games.