DETROIT – Daniel Sedin scored his second goal of the game with 15.4 seconds left in regulation and Alex Burrows had the only score in the shootout, lifting the Vancouver Canucks to a 4-3 victory that snapped the Detroit Red Wings’ NHL-record, 23-game, home-winning streak.
Detroit hadn’t lost at Joe Louis Arena since Nov. 3 against Calgary.
The NHL-leading Red Wings hold a one-point edge over Vancouver in the Western Conference.
A sold-out crowd stood during the shootout, which started with Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo stopping Jiri Hudler’s shot. Detroit’s Jimmy Howard then went low to smother David Booth’s attempt.
Henrik Zetterberg missed the net on Detroit’s second attempt, and Alex Edler was then denied by Howard.
Todd Bertuzzi, who signed a two-year extension with the Red Wings earlier in the day, couldn’t put Detroit ahead. Burrows then won it with a backhanded shot.
DUCKS 3, HURRICANES 2, SO
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)—Saku Koivu scored the only goal in the shootout to lift Anaheim over Carolina.
Corey Perry, who reached 30 goals for the third time in his career, and Luca Sbisa scored in regulation for Anaheim. Jerome Samson and Jamie McBain had goals for Carolina.
Jonas Hiller had 30 saves for the Ducks, who went 5-1-2 on their eight-game, 15-day road trip. Anaheim improved to 2-22-2 when trailing after two periods.
Carolina’s Justin Peters, starting his second straight and playing in his fourth consecutive game because Cam Ward is injured, made 35 saves.
The Hurricanes’ Jiri Tlusty assisted on Samson’s goal to extend his point streak to nine games, two short of the longest run since the club moved to North Carolina from Hartford in 1997.
WILD 3, PANTHERS 2, SO
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP)—Matt Cullen and Erik Christensen scored in the shootout in Minnesota’s victory against Florida.
Cullen and Kyle Brodziak scored in regulation, Dany Heatley had two assists, and Niklas Backstrom stopped 41 shots for the Wild.
Christensen scored the first goal in the shootout, followed by Cullen. Backstrom stopped Kris Versteeg and Sean Bergenheim to seal the win. Cullen is 7-for-13 in shootout attempts this season.
The Wild won for just the second time in nine games.
Bergenheim and Mikael Samuelsson scored for the Panthers, who got 26 saves from Jose Theodore. Florida has lost four straight.
SHARKS 2, MAPLE LEAFS 1
TORONTO (AP)—Patrick Marleau scored two goals, and San Jose sent stumbling Toronto to its seventh loss in eight games.
James Reimer started in goal against the Sharks and made 24 saves, but his record dropped to 11-9-4. Marleau was the only player to beat him with a pair of second-period goals that lifted the Sharks (32-20-7) to their first win in five games. Antti Niemi made 29 saves.
Jake Gardiner scored for the Maple Leafs (29-25-7), who are 1-6-1 since Feb. 7.
BLUES 3, PREDATORS 2, SO
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)—Shootout goals by T.J. Oshie and Andy McDonald pushed St. Louis past Nashville.
Chris Stewart and Vladimir Sobotka scored for St. Louis in regulation. Roman Josi and Colin Wilson had goals for Nashville.
Jaroslav Halak made 25 saves for the Blues, then was perfect in the shootout, stopping Wilson and Martin Erat.
Pekka Rinne stopped 22 shots for the Predators.
Stewart got the only goal of the opening period, then Josi and Wilson gave Nashville a 2-1 lead. Just 34 seconds after Wilson’s goal, Sobotka tied it.
JETS 4, LIGHTNING 3
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP)—Andrew Ladd scored two goals and added an assist for Winnipeg, which jumped up in the Eastern Conference standings with a win over Tampa Bay.
Tanner Glass and Dustin Byfuglien also scored as the Jets (30-26-7) vaulted into first place in the Southeast Division and third in the East with 67 points.
Steven Stamkos scored his 43rd goal and added a pair of assists for the Lightning (27-27-6). Teddy Purcell and Martin St. Louis also scored in the third period, and Purcell added two assists.
The Lightning scored three goals in the third period, but their three-game winning streak was snapped.
Winnipeg’s Ondrej Pavelec stopped 22 shots.
Mathieu Garon started in net for Tampa Bay, but was replaced by Dwayne Roloson at 2:48 of the second after giving up his fourth goal on 18 shots. Roloson stopped all 16 shots he faced.
STARS 3, BLACKHAWKS 1
CHICAGO (AP)—Michael Ryder scored on a deflection with 5:02 left in regulation, and Dallas rallied with three late goals to end Chicago’s four-game winning streak.
With the game tied at 1, Ryder got behind Chicago’s defence and redirected Mike Ribeiro’s shot between Corey Crawford’s left pad and the near goal post.
Dallas’ Loui Eriksson was credited with a goal 74 seconds later that made it 3-1. He scored after Ryder’s shot deflected off Chicago defenceman Brent Seabrook’s skate.
Dallas’s Steve Ott scored on a deflection midway through the third to tie it at 1.
Stars backup Richard Bachman made 26 stops in his first start since Feb. 2, a stretch of 11 games.
Marian Hossa scored Chicago’s lone goal, and Corey Crawford finished with 22 saves.
COYOTES 4, FLAMES 3, SO
CALGARY, Alberta (AP)—Ray Whitney scored the lone goal of the shootout to lead Phoenix past Calgary.
Whitney also had a goal and an assist in regulation for the Coyotes, who won their fourth straight and improved to 9-0-1 in their past 10. Shane Doan and former Flames forward Daymond Langkow also scored in regulation for Phoenix.
Alex Tanguay had a goal and an assist in the first period for the Flames, who lost their second straight game at home. Matt Stajan and Olli Jokinen also scored.
Mike Smith made 21 saves for Phoenix before turning aside Tanguay and Jarome Iginla in the shootout. Smith, 3-0 against Calgary, extended his career-high winning streak to nine games.
Miikka Kiprusoff stopped 26 shots.
OILERS 2, FLYERS 0
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP)—Devan Dubnyk made 35 saves for his first shutout of the season and Edmonton won its second game in a row, topping Philadelphia.
Jordan Eberle had a goal and an assist, and Taylor Hall also scored for the Oilers (24-30-6), who have the second-worst record in the NHL.
Edmonton broke the deadlock on a power play at 3:26 of the second. Hall found an inch to squeeze the puck between the post and Ilya Bryzgalov’s skate for his 22nd goal.
It was Dubnyk’s third career shutout.