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Hossa lifts Red Wings past Blue Jackets with late game-winning goal @NHL

DETROIT - Marian Hossa scored his second goal of the game with two minutes left to help the Detroit Red Wings beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-3 on Friday night.

Henrik Zetterberg had a goal and assist, Jiri Hudler and Kris Draper also scored, Pavel Datsyuk added two assists, and Chris Osgood made 13 saves. Fedor Tyutin scored twice for Columbus, Jakub Voracek added a goal, and Pascal Leclaire stopped 30 shots.

Hossa's shot from the bottom of the left circle tricked through Leclaire for the winner. Datsyuk got the puck to Hossa after winning a faceoff.

Draper added an empty-net, short-handed goals with six seconds left.

Tyutin tied it 1:17 into the third period with his second goal of the game and third of the season. He beat Osgood cleanly with a slap shot from the centre red line.

Hossa's goal with 25 seconds left in the second period gave the Red Wings a 3-2 lead. He beat Leclaire with a one-time slap shot for his 12th goal.

Tyutin's first goal, with 2:32 left in the middle period, tied it at 2. His wrist shot from the left point eluded Osgood.

Hudler's power-play goal 8:43 into the second period gave Detroit a 2-1 lead. Hudler jammed a shot in off a goal-mouth scramble for his eighth goal.

Voracek opened the scoring with six minutes left in the first period with his fourth goal as he put in the rebound of R.J. Umberger's shot.

Zetterberg's power-play goal with 2:54 remaining in the opening period tied it. He beat Leclaire from the right circle for his 11th goal.

Note: Detroit RW Dan Cleary returned after missing eight games because of an eye infection. ... Red Wings' RW Tomas Holmstrom missed his fifth game with back spasms. ... Columbus RW Jared Boll played junior hockey for the Ontario Hockey League's Plymouth Whalers in suburban Detroit.

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