(AP) - Pavel Datsyuk and Jason Williams scored in the shootout to lift the Detroit Red Wings past the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-3 on Tuesday night.
Jaroslav Balastik scored in the shootout for Columbus, but Detroit goalie Chris Osgood stopped Rick Nash and former Red Wing Sergei Fedorov.
Detroit was the last team in the league to be involved in a shootout.
Robert Lang, Mark Mowers and Brendan Shanahan scored for the Red Wings and Brett Lebda added two assists.
Nash, Duvie Westcott and Nikolai Zherdev had goals for Columbus and Fedorov had two assists.
The Blue Jackets lost their fourth straight.
Zherdev tied the game at 3 for the Blue Jackets with 4:09 left in regulation, when he beat Chris Osgood on a wrap around.
Shanahan tipped Nicklas Lidstrom's shot from the point out of mid-air, from the high slot, past Pascal Leclaire to give the Red Wings a 3-2 lead with 9:20 remaining. It was Shanahan's 20th goal of the season, giving him 17 consecutive seasons with at least 20 goals.
Columbus tied the game at 2 at 8:30 of the third period on a power-play goal by Westcott. His one-time slap shot from the top of the right circle, off a pass from Fedorov, beat Osgood
Detroit led 2-1 after the first period.
Lang, who returned after missing eight games with a groin injury, opened the scoring 4:16 into the game, when he tipped Lebda's shot from the point into the empty side of the Columbus net. The Blue Jackets tied it with 6:47 remaining in the opening period when Nash beat Chris Osgood between the pads from in front of the net as he was being dragged down.
The Red Wings regained the lead with 3:33 left in the period, when Mowers tipped in another shot by Lebda.
Notes: Columbus D Rostislav Klesla returned after missing 16 games with a broken hand. ... Detroit D Nicklas Lidstrom left the game bleeding with 8:46 left in the second period after a shot by the Blue Jackets' Duvie Westcott deflected off of the Red Wings' Dan Cleary and hit Lidstrom in the face. He returned before the end of the period. ... Columbus also called up D Andy Delmore from its AFL affiliate in Syracuse.