Lucas Raymond hit a breakaway out of Wollman, and Vancouver’s Quinn Hughes was called for a slash, leading to a penalty shot.
Raymond, Daniel Sprong and Michael Rasmussen scored for the Red Wings (27-18-6), who rallied from a two-goal deficit in the third period in their first game since Jan. 31. Alex Ryan made 28 saves.
Filip Hronek and Elias Pettersson each had a goal and two assists, and Nils Hoglander scored for Vancouver (34-12-6), which suffered its second loss in three days. Casey DeSmith made 24 saves.
Sprong’s power-play goal at 2:34 of the third period gave the Red Wings a 3-2 lead, and Michael Rasmussen tipped Wollman’s slap shot to tie the game at 3-3 at 7:51. The score was tied at 3.
Raymond gave the Red Wings a 1-0 lead 45 seconds later. He took the puck to the left wing, slipped it past Tyler Myers and kicked DeSmith.
Hoglander deflected Hronek’s shot into an empty net at 1:09 of the second period after a collision between Wollman and Lyon, tying the game at 1-1.
At 4:11 of the second period, Nikita Zadorov was penalized for hitting Raymond in the head. With nine seconds left on the power play, Hronek hit Dylan Larkin in the face while trying to knock the puck out of the air, resulting in a high-sticking penalty.
The Canucks converted both penalty kicks, with Ilya Mikheyev’s pass finding Hronek from inside the box. He scored his fourth goal on a breakaway at 11:10, giving Vancouver a 2-1 lead.
Pettersson scored his 28th point at 13:27 with a bounce off the backboard to make it 3-1.