GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Goaltender Mike Smith scored his first career goal with one-tenth of a second remaining -- capping a run of five straight Phoenix goals -- and the Coyotes beat the Detroit Red Wings 5-2 on Saturday night.
Mike Ribiero, Martin Hanzal and Antoine Vermette also scored for the Coyotes (5-2-2), who have at least a point in seven consecutive games.
Smith gloved a soft shot by Mikael Samuelsson, dropped the puck to his stick and lofted a shot from his crease toward the Detroit blue line and it slid the final 90-plus feet into the net.
Ribiero had tied the score at 2 with 12:53 remaining after a rebound off Mikkel Boedker's long shot from the left boards fell onto his stick in the low slot.
Hanzal then put Phoenix in front, taking a pass from Lauri Korpikoski and wristing a shot past Jimmy Howard from the inside hashmarks of the right circle only 2:01 later.
Ribiero, who extended his point-scoring streak to six games, got his second goal with 6:46 to go, also off a feed from Boedker. It was Ribiero's first multi-goal game since March 6, 2012, while a member of the Dallas Stars.
The Coyotes (5-2-2), playing at home for just the third time this season, swept the two-game series against Detroit.
Pavel Datsyuk and Todd Bertuzzi scored for Red Wings (6-3-0), who had won four straight.
Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg wasted little time giving the Red Wings the lead. Zetterberg found Datsuyk standing at the bottom of the right circle with a sharp pass and Datsyuk fired over a scrambling Smith at 4:47 of the first period.
Bertuzzi made it 2-0 just over three minutes later, taking advantage of a Zbynek Michalek in the Coyotes zone and skating in on Smith for an unassisted goal at 8:02.
Vermette cut the lead in half at 19:00 of the second period, beating Howard for his second goal in as many nights.
NOTES: Howard returned after missing three games with a hand injury. ... Howard had started each of Detroit's first five games and entered Saturday's game 3-2-0 with a 2.39 GAA. ... Coyotes G Mike Smith dropped face-first to the ice midway through the second period after taking a hard shot off his blocker but stayed in the game after a four-minute delay. ... Hanzal played in his 400th career game. Hanzal has one goal this season and 66 in his career. ... Detroit D Niklas Kronwall, who sustained a mild concussion on Thursday against Colorado, was scratched from the lineup on Saturday. There is no timetable set for Kronwall's return.