Any momentum gained by Detroit in the second was stifled by a slew of penalties in the third. Perron took a tripping penalty at 1:13 before defenseman Jake Walman was whistled for holding at 2:02, giving Ottawa a two-man advantage that lasted only 39 seconds because Ottawa defenseman Jakob Chychrun was called for holding the stick.
"We spent a lot of time in the penalty box, which hurt us a lot," Raymond said. "Like I said, we took away parts (of the game) and we get a new chance tomorrow (against the Toronto Maple Leafs here) to get two more points."
Detroit then took a bench minor for too many men on the ice at 14:36 and was called for delay of game for shooting the puck over the glass at 18:29, a penalty that carried into overtime.
"Very, very deflating," Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin said. "But you know, like I said previously, we had chances to win that game. And we did a great job putting ourselves in that position. But the time and how we took those penalties was really, really tough."
The game ended with two seconds left in overtime when Ottawa forward Tim Stützle batted the puck out of midair, off goalie James Reimer and into the net.
Still, Detroit was happy to escape with the point for getting the game to overtime.
"Yeah, that's a huge point," Reimer said. "You never want to be in that position down 4-0, and I thought we were playing a solid, solid game.
“We just battled and battled and battled and we found a way to get a point."
The Red Wings (8-5-3) don't have much time to dwell on the loss with a game against the Maple Leafs on Friday (2 p.m. ET; BSDET, NHLN, TSN4).
Larkin, who left the game for a few minutes after hitting his head on the ice in the third period, said he will be fine to play Friday and that having another game right away is a good thing for the Red Wings.
"Yeah, it is, especially after a tough, emotional game like that," Larkin said. "You want to come back and play hard and, you know, there's no better team to do that against than the Leafs."