Video: Bobby Ryan Makes History with the Red Wings

Bobby Ryan's comeback story is one of the best in sports and this year he's been lights out for the Detroit Red Wings after signing in Motown this past offseason. How good you ask? Ryan keeps making history.

The 33-year-old scored again on Tuesday night versus the Columbus Blue Jackets and now has four goals in his first three games. This is the first time any Red Wings player in history has scored four times in his first three games with the franchise.

The Wings are now 2-2 on the season which is surprising some considering how historically bad they were last season. 

Here's some more game notes via The Score as the Wings beat the Blue Jackets 3-2:

Tyler Bertuzzi was credited with the winning goal after the puck went off him and into the net following a rebound off Dylan Larkin's shot. Ryan had a tiebreaking goal late in the second after Anthony Mantha pulled Detroit into a 1-all tie with a power-play goal early in the period. Jonathan Bernier made 22 saves for the Red Wings, who split their season-opening, four-game homestand in a relatively strong start after easily being the NHL's worst team last season.

For more on Bobby Ryan's amazing story, which has helped thousands of people get through their own battles, watch this:

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