Robby Fabbri scored in regulation and had the game-winner in the shootout and the host Detroit Red Wings ended a 16-game losing streak to the Tampa Bay Lightning with a 5-4 win on Sunday.Tyler Bertuzzi and Anthony Mantha each supplied a goal and three assists for the Wings, who have recorded two consecutive victories after a six-game winless streak (0-5-1). Dylan Larkin had a goal and two assists and also scored during the shootout, which Detroit won 2-1. Jonathan Bernier made 33 saves and two more in the shootout.Brayden Point scored twice for the Lightning. Carter Verhaeghe and Patrick Maroon scored Tampa’s other goals.Detroit scored the only goal of the first period. The Lightning turned the puck over in the Wings’ end. Bertuzzi forwarded the puck toward the opposite blue line, where Fabbri got behind the defense. He beat Curtis McElhinney on his stick side at 10:11 for his 15th goal.The Lightning knotted the game at 11:11 of the second period on a power play. Nikita Kucherov backhanded a pass near the Detroit goal despite getting knocked down. Point then fired the puck over Bernier’s right shoulder. Tyler Johnson also received an assist.Verhaeghe scored an unnassisted goal with five minutes left in the period to give the Lightning a 2-1 edge. Verhaeghe flipped the puck from the boards toward the net and it deflected off a defender’s stick and knuckled over Bernier’s glove.Larkin tied it with 15 seconds remaining in the period. Mantha brought the puck in along the right side and flicked the puck in front of the net. Larkin skated through traffic and tipped the puck past McElhinney’s right skate.