SERGEI BOBROVSKY stopped 30 shots through overtime and two more in a shootout as the Columbus Blue Jackets outlasted the Red Wings last night in Detroit, 1-0, for their seventh straight win.
Boone Jenner and Ryan Johansen both scored in the tiebreaker for Columbus against Jimmy Howard, who made 29 saves. Detroit has lost four straight.
Columbus has three shootout wins during its streak.
"Team commitment,'' Blue Jackets coach Todd Richards said. "We played a team game.''
Pavel Datsyuk had the lone shootout goal for Detroit, which has dropped three consecutive home games in shootouts.
Bobrovsky allowed five goals to Detroit in a Nov. 18 shutout loss in Columbus.
Columbus defenseman Fedor Tyutin returned from the injured list after missing 13 games with a knee injury. Justin Abdelkader (separated shoulder) was back in Detroit's lineup after missing seven games.
In other games
* At Sunrise, Fla., Nick Bjugstad scored the game-winning goal in the longest shootout in NHL history to lift the Florida Panthers over the Washington Capitals, 2-1. Bjugstad's goal came in the 20th round of a shootout - on the 40th shot - and beat Braden Holtby on the right side. The previous NHL record was 15 rounds . . . At Montreal, Alex Galchenyuk scored a career-best three goals, and the Canadiens beat the Carolina Hurricanes, 4-1 on Tuesday night for their third straight win . . . At Toronto, Phil Kessel scored two of the Maple Leafs' four third-period goals in a 6-2 victory over Anaheim. It was the Leafs' sixth win in a row . . . At St. Louis, Vladimir Tarasenko scored three goals, and the streaking Blues netted four in the third period in a 5-2 comeback victory over the Los Angeles Kings for their fifth straight win.
At Nashville, Derek Roy scored the only goal of the shootout to give the Predators a 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins . . . At Winnipeg, Mark Scheifele scored two goals and added an assist as the Jets halted Buffalo's four-game win streak, 5-1 . . . At Chicago, five different Blackhawks scored in a 5-3 victory over the Minnesota Wild . . . At Calgary, Rick Nash scored his 19th and 20th goals as the New York Rangers defeated the Flames, 5-2 . . . At Glendale, Ariz., the Coyotes defeated Edmonton in a shootout, 2-1.
* Pittsburgh forward Beau Bennett has the mumps, joining Penguins captain Sidney Crosby and a dozen other players across the NHL with the disease.
Crosby has missed the last three games, but could return to the team tonight.