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Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland performs Thursday's ceremonial faceoff. ((Paul Sancya/Associated Press))

Henrik Zetterberg wrapped up the Presidents' Trophy for Detroit, scoring with 11 seconds left to rally the Red Wings to a 3-2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday night.

With 113 points, the Red Wings took the Presidents' Trophy as the regular-season points leaders and earned home-ice advantage throughout the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Mark Hartigan and Johan Franzen also scored for Detroit, and Dominik Hasek made 20 saves.

Ron Hainsey and Aaron Rome had the Blue Jackets' goals, and Pascal Leclaire stopped 36 shots.

Franzen's power-play goal with 3:23 left tied it at 2-2.

He put in a rebound for his 27th goal, giving him 15 goals and four assists in his last 15 games.

Zetterberg got his winner by banking the puck off Leclaire from behind the net for his 43rd goal.

Rome gave Columbus a 2-1 lead 4:05 into the second period.

His shot from the right point went through Hasek's pads for his first career goal.

Hainsey got the game's first goal on a power play 7:13 into the second period.

He beat Hasek with a slapshot from the slot for his eighth of the season.

Hartigan tied it 1-1 just 2:35 later when he put one in from a goalmouth scramble.