Jets beat Red Wings in shootout, 3-2

Published On: Dec 24 2013 03:59:27 PM EST
Updated On: Nov 12 2013 10:39:06 PM EST

AP Photo/Paul Sancya

Winnipeg Jets center Bryan Litte (18) celebrates his goal with Blake Wheeler (26) in a game against the Detroit Red Wings on Nov. 12, 2013 in Detroit.

DETROIT -

Devin Setoguchi and Andrew Ladd scored in the shootout to give the Winnipeg Jets a 3-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night.

Bryan Little and Zach Bogosian scored for Winnipeg in regulation. Ondrej Pavelec made 41 saves.

Pavel Datsyuk scored twice for Detroit. Jimmy Howard stopped 19 shots. Daniel Alfredsson scored in the shootout.

Datsyuk's second power-play goal of the game, with 6:49 remaining in the third, tied it 2-2.

He stuffed one in from the side of the net for his ninth of the season. The goal came just after a Red Wings' two-man advantage came to an end.

Detroit outshot Winnipeg 16-2 in the third period.

Bogosian gave Winnipeg a 2-1 lead with 9:13 left in the third period. He took a pass in the slot from center Olli Jokinen and moved to his right, made a move and put a shot past Howard from the right circle.

It was Bogosian's first goal of the season.

Little opened the scoring 7:10 into the game with his 11th goal. He put in a one-time shot from the inside edge of the left circle off the rush on a cross-ice pass from Blake Wheeler.

Datsyuk's power-play goal with 5:16 left in the first period tied the game at 1. Datsyuk scored from the bottom of the right circle along the goal line. It was his eighth goal.

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