Detroit wins the Presidents' Trophy, which goes to the team with the NHL's best record and ensures home ice throughout the playoffs -- with 115 points and faces Nashville in the first round of the playoffs.
Hudler opened the scoring 7:21 into the first period when he converted Darren McCarty's pass from behind the net. Hudler put in a one-timer from in front for his 13th goal.
Lidstrom made it 2-0 with a 5-on-3 power-play goal with 1:31 left in the second period.
Hartigan scored 6:28 into the second period when he took advantage of a turnover, skated across the slot and put the puck into an empty net for his third goal.
Lidstrom's second goal, also on the power play, came with 5:58 left and gave him 10 for the season.
Kane's power-play goal with 2:20 left ended Hasek's shutout bid. It was Kane's 21st goal.
Notes: Detroit played without LW Kirk Maltby (hamstring), D Brad Stuart (finger), C Kris Draper (groin), RW Mikael Samuelsson (groin) and C Tomas Kopecky (knee). ... Missing the game for Chicago was D Brent Sopel (ankle, knee), C Dave Bolland (ankle) and D Dustin Byfuglien (back). ... Lidstrom, the Red Wings' captain, was presented with the Presidents' Trophy before the game.