Dylan Larkin scored a power-play goal then added the only goal during the shootout and the host Detroit Red Wings handed the Ottawa Senators their sixth consecutive loss, 3-2, on Friday.Tyler Bertuzzi had the other goal for the Wings and Filip Hronek collected two assists. Jonathan Bernier had 29 saves and stopped three more shots during the shootout.Colin White had a goal and an assist and Brady Tkachuk also scored for the Senators. Marcus Hogberg made 26 saves.The Senators had a 10-6 advantage in shots on goal in the opening period but the Wings had the lone goal. Hronek threaded a pass from the point through defenders to Bertuzzi, who was parked on the side of the net. He flicked the puck upward and beat Hogberg on the top shelf at 14:55 for his 16th goal. Robby Fabbri got the second assist.Larkin’s individual play at 5:32 of the second period during a power play made it 2-0. He skated into the Ottawa zone along the left side, split defenders, then went from his backhand to his forehand to slip the puck past Hogberg. Hronek and Bertuzzi were credited with assists.Just 22 seconds later, the Senators got on the board. Tkachuk circled around behind the Wings net and slid the puck across the goalmouth. It deflected off defenseman Patrik Nemeth’s skate and past Bernier. White got an assist.