A hat trick wasn't enough for Johan Franzen. Four goals wouldn't do either.
Franzen scored five goals to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 7-5 victory over the Ottawa Senators at ScotiaBank Arena Wednesday night.
Franzen scored his first two goals 48 seconds apart in the first period. He then added three more in the third period. The last goal was an empty-netter.
It's the first time a Red Wing has scored five goals since Sergei Fedorov did it back in 1996.
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