DETROIT — Sergei Fedorov, Kris Draper and Brent Gilchrist scored on United States goalie Mike Richter as Detroit extended its home unbeaten streak to 13 games with a victory over the New York Rangers on Wednesday night.

Petr Nedved's power-play goal at 7:09 of the third period ended Czech Republic goalie Dominik Hasek's hopes for his 60th shutout.

The Rangers have lost 10 of their last 15 games. The Red Wings have lost the same number of games all season and have at least 10 more points than any other team in the league.

Eric Lindros returned to the lineup after missing a game with a sprained right knee. That likely means he will be included in Canada's lineup at the upcoming Winter Olympics.

Fedorov, one of Russia's sharpshooters, scored in the final minute to seal the win.

CAPITALS 2, WILD 1: Ulf Dahlen had a goal and an assist as the Washington Capitals snapped a four-game losing streak with a victory over the Minnesota Wild.

The win was Washington's first since a 3-0 shutout of Atlanta on Jan. 22. The Capitals also had lost four consecutive home games.

Goalie Olaf Kolzig made 29 saves, including a diving stop of Lubomir Sekeras with 2:07 left to help preserve the victory. The Capitals also killed all five Minnesota power-plays, including one over the game's final 1:26.

Peter Bondra also scored for the Capitals. Richard Park scored a short-handed goal for the Wild.

SENATORS 6, BLUE JACKETS 4: Jody Hull scored on a tip-in while falling down with 2:40 remaining as Ottawa beat Columbus.

Mike Fisher, who later added an empty-net goal off an assist from Hull, dug the puck out the corner and fired at the net from close to the goal line. Hull was sliding to the ice but stuck out his stick and deflected the puck past Columbus goaltender Ron Tugnutt.

LIGHTNING 3, PANTHERS 2: Kevin Weekes made 37 saves and Stan Neckar had two assists as Tampa Bay held off Florida.

Making a rare start in place of All-Star Nikolai Khabibulin, Weekes won just his third game in 10 starts as the Lightning won for the second time in seven games.

Nikita Alexeev scored his first NHL goal with 15:26 left in the third period, giving Tampa Bay a 3-1 lead.

PREDATORS 2, STARS 1: Denis Arkhipov scored and had an assist and goaltender Mike Dunham stopped 33 shots as Nashville beat Dallas.

The Predators split the season series with Dallas and won their second straight overall.

The Stars have lost five of their last seven and two of three since coach Ken Hitchcock was fired and replaced with Rick Wilson.

Vladimir Orszagh also scored for the Predators. Brendan Morrow scored for Dallas.

BLACKHAWKS 5, COYOTES 2: Tony Amonte scored twice as the Chicago Blackhawks snapped a two-game losing streak by beating the Phoenix Coyotes.

Despite having the second worst penalty-killing unit in the NHL, the Blackhawks held the Coyotes scoreless on four power-play attempts.