DETROIT -- Mikael Samuelsson made an impact in his first game in more than a month.
Samuelsson had been out since late January with a broken bone in his foot.
"We worked hard and our goaltender gave us a great effort," Kings defenseman Aaron Miller said. "We were in our end most of the last two periods."
Samuelsson tipped in a pass from Datsyuk on a 2-on-1 break to end it.
"You just have to always be ready for it when Pav has it," Samuelsson said. "He was wide open. I know how talented he is. He's more talented than me, so I played the odds ... I guess."
Lebda tied the game at 2 with 5:58 left in the third period off an end-to-end rush on which he cut around Kevin Dallman off the left wing, and flipped a shot in off Burke.
"I've had a few of those chances this year and didn't capitalize," said Lebda. "Hopefully, we can get a few more of those before the playoffs."
Hasek, who left the puck for Lebda behind the Detroit net, got the lone assist.
"Any win feels good," said Hasek. "Most important, I feel great about the way I played and didn't have any problems and we won the game. I feel great."
The Red Wings outshot the Kings 26-4 in the third period.
"It's (Detroit) a great hockey club," said Burke. "You can tell they never feel desperate. They just keep working."
Datsyuk tied the game at 1 for Detroit with 5:56 left in the second period on his 21st goal. He put a loose puck in off Burke's skate.
Willsie gave the Kings a 2-1 lead just 27 seconds later when he batted a rebound past Hasek.
Los Angeles opened the scoring on Ivanans' goal with 8:44 left in the first period. He put in the rebound of John Zeiler's shot after Zeiler had picked the puck up off a turnover by Detroit defenseman Niklas Kronwall.
- Los Angeles D Rob Blake missed his third game with a groin injury and Kings C Anze Kopitar missed his fourth game with a muscle strain.
- Red Wings' C Henrik Zetterberg missed his fifth game because of an inflamed disc in his back.
- Kings' C Derek Armstrong was helped off the ice favoring his left knee after a hit by Andreas Lilja late in the first period. The extent of the injury wasn't known after the game.
- Detroit winger Johan Franzen left the game late in the second period with an upper-body injury, it isn't known how long he'll be out.
- Burke is a native of Windsor, Ontario, which is right across the Detroit River from Detroit.
- Detroit D Danny Markov didn't play because of a couple of upper-body aches and pains.