ANAHEIM, Calif. - Dan Cleary and Johan Franzen scored 35 seconds apart midway through the third period to rally the Detroit Red Wings to a 4-3 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday night.
Cleary pulled Detroit even with a 30-foot wrist shot that sailed past goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere on the stick side. Franzen scored the go-ahead goal by batting the puck into the net after a Pavel Datsyuk shot from the left circle bounced high off Giguere.
Cleary's goal was his eighth, while Franzen got No. 19.
Jiri Hudler and Tomas Holmstrom scored earlier for Detroit. Datsyuk and Niklas Kronwall each had two assists for the Red Wings.
The Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf had a goal and two assists in the losing effort. Corey Perry and Steve Montador had the other Anaheim goals.
Chris Osgood had 25 saves for Detroit, including blocking Perry's eight-footer in the waning seconds. Giguere made 29 saves for Anaheim.
Hudler drew the Red Wings even at two on a power play at 2:49 of the second period while Chris Pronger was off for cross-checking Cleary, but Montador put Anaheim back on top when he scored at 11:28 of the period.
Hudler beat Giguere high to the glove side for his 17th goal. Montador got his fourth goal on a wrist shot from the right circle, a score set up by Getzlaf's cross-ice pass.
After Holmstrom opened the scoring 9:03 in, Getzlaf tied it at the 17-minute mark and then set up Perry's power-play goal 1:48 later while Holmstrom was off for holding Travis Moen.
Getzlaf tied it 1-1 during a scramble in front of the Detroit goal, first bouncing the puck off Red Wings' defender Andreas Lilja, then knocking his own rebound just inside the left post.
Anaheim went up 2-1 when Getzlaf, skating near the right boards, sliced across the slot and backhanded the puck to Perry, who redirected it past Osgood.
Getzlaf's goal was his 36th, and Perry's was his 16th.
Holmstrom redirected a pass from Datsyuk high over Giguere's right shoulder for his 14th goal.
Notes: Getzlaf had a team record-tying five assists in the Ducks' 5-4 win over the Red Wings in Anaheim on Oct. 29. ... Detroit was coming off a 5-4 overtime loss at Dallas on Monday, a defeat that ended the Red Wings' six-game winning streak. ... The Ducks were without F Teemu Selanne (lacerated left quadriceps), C Todd Marchant (fractured finger) and D Kent Huskins (fractured foot). The Red Wings lead the series 33-16-10, including 14-12-4 in Anaheim.