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DETROIT – These Detroit Red Wings will avoid being on the inglorious end of team and NHL history, thanks in large part to Robby Fabbri, Filip Zadina and Filip Hronek.
Each young player tallied three points Thursday to lift the Red Wings to a 5-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets at Little Caesars Arena.
The Red Wings (8-22-3) ended their 12-game losing streak (0-10-2), which was two short of the franchise record set in 1981-82 and five shy of the league record.
It was Detroit’s first victory in a month (Nov. 12, 4-3 in overtime at Anaheim).
Fabbri scored two goals and assisted on Zadina’s first of the season. Zadina assisted on both of Fabbri’s goals. Hronek sealed the outcome with an empty-net goal with 1:52 remaining and picked up a pair of assists.
Fabbri continues to pay big dividends after being acquired from St. Louis for fourth-line center Jacob de la Rose on Nov. 6. He has eight goals and 14 points in 16 games with the Red Wings.
Zadina continues to make a case to remain on the NHL roster. He has six points (goal, five assists) in his past five games.
Darren Helm also scored for Detroit. Jonathan Bernier made 26 saves.
Kyle Connor scored twice for Winnipeg (19-11-2), which was 13-3-2 in its past 18 games, including a 5-1 victory over the Red Wings on Tuesday.
The Red Wings were up 3-0 before Connor scored twice in the second period (7:16 and 12:57).
Zadina then scored a huge power-play goal with 23.8 seconds to play in the period, after Anthony Bitetto was called for roughing Adam Erne. Zadina’s shot from the right flank, his sweet spot, went off the post and in past Connor Hellebuyck.
The Red Wings outshot the Jets 14-5 and led 2-0 after the first period, one of their best 20-minute segments in some time.
Helm scored on a breakaway at 7:49, his fifth of the season. Nathan Beaulieu coughed up the puck in the neutral zone and then collided with a linesman.
Fabbri scored his first of the game at 13:47, when his pass attempted deflected in off of Jets defenseman Neal Pionk.
Fabbri scored again at 3:35 of the second when the puck bounced in off of Pionk.