Detroit 3, Ducks 2, OT.

Todd Bertuzzi scored his second goal of the game at 1:06 of overtime, sending the Ducks to another loss at Joe Louis Arena.

Rather than a game Detroit squad, the loss was more a result of the Ducks shooting themselves in the foot with 10 minor penalties, resulting in 10 Detroit power plays and a pair of man-advantage goals.

The Ducks managed to lose the 2-0 lead they took into the third period on goals by linemates Saku Koivu and Dan Sexton. Jean-Sebastien Giguere stopped 28 of 31 in goal.

Joffrey Lupul missed the game with numbness in his leg. He was replaced at left wing by Matt Beleskey on the top line with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry.

More details in tomorrow’s editions.

Report: Lupul out of tonight’s lineup.

Ducks radio analyst Dan Wood, writing on the team’s official Web site, reports that Joffrey Lupul won’t play tonight in Detroit:

Lupul, who has scored four times during a three-game goal streak since returning from a seven-game absence caused by back spasms, will be sidelined this time because of problems with a leg.

“I think there is some correlation,” Ducks coach Randy Carlyle said after the club’s morning skate. “I think there is some complication from an injection he had. The leg is going numb on him.”

Lupul did not skate either in the team’s late-afternoon practice Thursday at Joe Louis Arena or this morning, but showed enough progress that he remains a possibility for Saturday night’s game at Columbus, Carlyle said.

In the meantime, the Ducks expect veteran winger Kyle Calder to return against Detroit after having missed the past six games because of an eye injury suffered during practice Nov. 28. Calder plans to wear a visor temporarily in order to protect the eye.