Robby Fabbri scored at 2:36 of overtime to give the visiting Detroit Red Wings a 4-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night.Michael Rasmussen supplied a goal and assisted on Fabbri’s game-winner. Jonatan Berggren and Oskar Sundqvist also scored for Detroit, and Moritz Seider contributed three assists. Ville Husso made 20 saves.Rafael Harvey-Pinard had two goals and assisted on the other in his ninth career game for the Canadiens. Michael Pezzetta had a goal and an assist, while Jake Allen stopped 38 shots.This was the third game in the four-game season series. Detroit now leads the series 2-1.The game was tied at 1-apiece after the first period.Rasmussen scored an unassisted goal when Montreal lost the puck near its blue line and he scored from the left circle.Pezzetta tied it after the Red Wings made a turnover in their zone.Both teams scored twice in the second period.Berggren scored on a power play, stuffing in a rebound of a Dylan Larkin shot. Harvey-Pinard answered with a short-handed goal, converting on a 2-on-1 situation off a feed from Kirby Dach.Sundqvist was credited with a goal when a shot by Dominik Kubalik bounced off his leg.