DETROIT (AP) _ Sergei Fedorov's goal 36 seconds into overtime lifted the Detroit Red Wings over the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 Friday night.

Fedorov broke in on a pass from Steve Yzerman, got around defenseman Jiri Slegr and took a shot that got past goalie J-Sebastien Aubin.

Jaromir Jagr and German Titov scored for Pittsburgh. Titov scored with 1:46 remaining in regulation to force overtime and Jagr has a point in every game his team (3-8-3) has played this season, the only player in the NHL to do so.

Jagr has 14 goals and leads the league with 29 points.

Martin Lapointe and Nicklas Lidstrom also scored for Detroit. Yzerman's assist extended his point streak to six games, but he remained two short of his 600th career goal.

Goalie Ken Wregget made 17 saves and earned his first win in five games for Detroit. Aubin had 19 stops.

Lidstrom, one of the NHL's premier defensemen, scored a shorthanded goal for a 2-1 lead 8:07 into the third third.

Lidstrom put on a burst of speed against Penguins forward Alexei Kovalev, made a great move to get around him and fired a shot from the left circle that went over Aubin's left shoulder.

Titov tied it when, with the Red Wings concentrating on Jagr near the net, he beat Wregget to the stick side to force overtime.

Jagr scored 14:12 into the game when he converted a pass from Andrew Ference.

Lapointe answered 1:33 later with a hard shot from the top of the right circle.