DETROIT -- Luke Glendening had a goal and an assist to lead the Red Wings to a 4-1 win against the Chicago Blackhawks on Friday at Joe Louis Arena.
It was Detroit's first regulation win against Chicago at home in 12 games.
Patrick Kane scored for Chicago (9-7-1). Corey Crawford stopped 33 shots.
The Red Wings scored two goals 1:10 apart early in the second period to take a 3-1 lead.
Franzen scored his fifth goal 4:49 into the middle period. He converted a backhand pass from Henrik Zetterberg after a turnover by Kane, who tried to chip a pass up the middle from the left circle. Franzen flipped his backhand shot high into the net when Crawford lunged out and tried to make a pokecheck.
It was Franzen's third goal in three games.
Detroit again capitalized on a turnover, this time at the Red Wings blue line, when Tatar put in a rebound of Joakim Andersson's shot for his fifth goal at 5:59 of the second.
Smith scored into an empty net with 2:09 left in the third for his second goal of the season.
Detroit had 20 shots in the second period, the most shots Chicago has allowed in a period this season.
Glendening opened the scoring 6:08 into the game when he capitalized on a turnover by Chicago forward Kris Versteeg.
Glendening put a backhand shot just under the crossbar as he skated across the crease and grabbed the rebound of Drew Miller's shot from the slot.
Miller intercepted the puck when Versteeg, in the right corner of the Blackhawks zone, attempted to pass it through the middle.
The results were Glendening's second goal and Chicago coach Joel Quenneville benching Versteeg for the rest of the first period.
Kane's power-play goal tied it with 8:44 left in the first period. He beat Howard with a wrist shot under the crossbar from the bottom of the left circle after taking a cross-crease pass from Jonathan Toews. It was Kane's fifth goal.
Howard made an outstanding save on Kane from the bottom of the right circle off the rush and stopped Kane's rebound attempt with about 9:30 remaining in the first period.
Howard denied Brandon Saad on a breakaway with 7:06 left in the first.