The Red Wings pulled a little of their own Tim Tebow-like magic Sunday.

Trailing most of the game, they tied the score on a Danny Cleary goal late in regulation, then Pavel Datsyuk scored in overtime, giving the Red Wings a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.

Datsyuk found a loose puck just behind the goal line, and flipped it into an open net at 1:52 of overtime, amidst a mad scramble in front in which goalie of Corey Crawford was knocked to the ice.

Cleary tied the score at 2 during a scramble goal in front of Crawford at 15:15 of the third period.

Both teams traded chances the remaining four minutes, but Crawford and the Wings' Ty Conklin stood tall.

Conklin made a good save on the Blackhawks' Patrick Kane with time expiring in regulation, Kane wiring a shot from the circle that glanced off Conklin's shoulder.

Valtteri Filppula (power play) added the other Wings goal, his 14th.

With the victory (and Chicago's one point), there's a three-way tie atop the Central Division. St. Louis, the Wings and Chicago all have 53 points.