GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Todd Bertuzzi scored in regulation, then spun in front of the net and made a spectacular backhand shot in a shootout and the Detroit Red Wings won their fifth in a row to take the NHL overall lead, beating the Phoenix Coyotes 3-2 on Thursday night.
Three of the wins in Detroit's streak have come in shootouts, two of them over Phoenix by identical scores.
Ian White also scored for the Red Wings, and Pavel Datsyuk and Johan Franzen each had a pair of assists.
Gilbert Brule scored his second goal in the five games since Phoenix claimed him off waivers from Edmonton. Raffi Torres scored the other goal for the Coyotes.
Kyle Chipchura had two assists for Phoenix.
Mike Smith had 33 saves for Phoenix, the Red Wings' Jimmy Howard 31.
Bertuzzi was the only one to score in the shootout, connecting in the third round.
Phoenix lost center Daymond Langkow after he was hit in the face by a puck early in the first period.
Bertuzzi's slap shot from the left circle put...