DETROIT -- Right wingers Patrick Eaves and Todd Bertuzzi and center Darren Helm scored in a six-shooter shootout to give the Detroit Red Wings a 5-4 win over the Chicago Blackhawks at Joe Louis Arena on Wednesday night.

Right winger Gustav Nyquist had a goal and an assist, left winger Tomas Tatar, Eaves and defenseman Kyle Quincey scored for Detroit in regulation. Captain and center Henrik Zetterberg had three assists, Justin Abdelkader two assists and Jonas Gustavsson stopped 31 shots in the first 65 minutes. He returned after missing nine games with a sore groin.

Right winger Marian Hossa, center Andrew Shaw, left winger Patrick Sharp and center Marcus Kruger scored for Chicago in the first 60 minutes and center Jonathan Toews and Sharp scored in the shootout. Right winger Patrick Kane had two assists and Corey Crawford made 27 saves.

Kruger tied the game at 4, 5:12 into the third period when he scored from the high slot after intercepting defenseman Brendan Smith's pass. It was Kruger's sixth goal.

The Red Wings led 4-3 after two periods.

Nyquist broke a 3-3 tie with 8:46 left in the middle period when he converted Zetterberg's cross-crease pass for Nyquist's seventh goal. Quincey's third goal tied it 6:20 into the second when he beat Crawford from the high slot.

Sharp's power-play goal 5:03 into the second period gave the Blackhawks a 3-2 lead. His slap shot from the top of the right circle was Sharp's 26th goal.

It was tied 2-2 at the end of the first period after Detroit came back from a 2-0 deficit.

Tatar put the Red Wings on the board by putting in a rebound with 8:46 left in the opening period and Eaves tied it with 2:20 remaining in the first on a snap shot from the right circle. It was Tatar's 11th goal and Eaves' second.

Hossa opened the scoring 8:41 into the game with his 21st goal. Toews' cross-crease pass went in off of Hossa's leg. Shaw made it 2-0 just 1:26 later when he backhanded in a rebound for his 14th goal.

NOTES: Detroit D Jonathan Ericsson returned after missing 10 games with two broken ribs. ... Wednesday was the first meeting this season for the two Original Six rivals. They had been long-time Western Conference Central Division foes (and Campbell Conference Norris Division rivals before that) before realignment sent the Red Wings to the Eastern Conference this season. Chicago beat Detroit in seven games in the second round, rallying from a three-games-to-one deficit, in last season's playoffs on its way to the Stanley Cup. ... Detroit was without C Pavel Datsyuk (lower body), G Jimmy Howard (knee), RW Johan Franzen (post-concussion syndrome), RW Daniel Alfredsson (back spasms), C Joakim Andersson (back) and C Cory Emmerton (finger). ... Chicago D Duncan Keith played his college hockey at Michigan State.