The Columbus Blue Jackets have defeated the Detroit Red Wings five consecutive times, including a 3-2 road victory on Monday, and the streak will be on the line when the teams will play once again Tuesday at Detroit.
The Red Wings had a 37-29 advantage in shots on net but only had one goal to show for it until the final minute.
"We've still got to find a way to create more O-zone time and more pressure and more Grade A chances," Detroit captain Dylan Larkin said. "These pucks are bouncing everywhere. The good news is for three games now our team has done it the right way.