CHICAGO (AP) -Pavel Datsyuk scored the go-ahead score in a three-goal second period, and the Detroit Red Wings scored twice in a 17-second span of the third to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 6-4 in the Winter Classic at Wrigley Field.
The temperature at faceoff on the overcast day was 32 degrees, even though wind blowing at 18 mph made it a bundle-up day for the 40,818 fans.
Martin Havlat had a goal and two assists to help the Blackhawks take a 3-1 lead after a period, but the Stanley Cup champion Red Wings rallied to beat the Blackhawks for the fourth straight time this season and second time in less than 48 hours.
After splitting two defenders, Datsyuk backhanded the puck through Cristobal Huet's legs to put Detroit up 4-3. Jiri Hudler scored twice in the period.
Brian Rafalski scored on a power play 3:07 into the third period for a 5-3 lead. Seventeen seconds later, Brett Lebda's shot from between the circles appeared to go over Huet, but officials needed a video review to determine that it was a goal.
Mikael Samuelsson also scored for Detroit. Kris Versteeg, Ben Eager and Duncan Keith added goals for Chicago.
BOSTON (AP) - Manny Fernandez made 30 saves to remain perfect at home and help Boston take the overall NHL lead with its 10 straight victory.
Fernandez improved to 9-0-0 at home. Boston has only two regulation losses since Oct. 30 and its winning streak is its longest since March 9-28, 1973.
With the home-and-home sweep over the Penguins, the Bruins also moved into the top spot in the NHL with 62 points, one more than idle San Jose.
David Krejci, P.J. Axelsson, Milan Lucic and Marc Savard scored for Boston. Dustin Jeffrey scored his first NHL goal, and Ruslan Fedotenko added a goal for Pittsburgh.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Alex Ovechkin had a goal and two assists in Washington's fifth straight victory and seventh in a row over Tampa Bay.
Matt Bradley, Boyd Gordon and Mike Green had a goal and an assist each, Sean Collins scored his first NHL goal, and David Steckel and Chris Clark added goals to help Washington improve to 16-1-1 at home. Vincent Lecavalier scored twice for Tampa Bay, and Ryan Malone and Mark Recchi added goals.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Jason LaBarbera made 31 saves in his first start for Vancouver, and Mattias Ohlund and Jason Jaffray scored goals.
LaBarbera, acquired from the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday, allowed only Rich Peverley's second-period goal.
TORONTO (AP) - Jason Pominville and Derek Roy each scored twice for Buffalo, and Ryan Miller stopped Niklas Hagman on a penalty shot and finished with 27 saves.
Roy also added an assist. John Mitchell scored for Toronto.