DETROIT, OCT. 26 -- Rick Zombo and Sergei Fedorov scored eight seconds apart in the third period tonight to lead a 8-6 victory, keeping the Red Wings undefeated at home and the Minnesota North Stars winless on the road.

Detroit fired a season-high 47 shots at Kari Takko, who was recalled Monday from the minors. The Red Wings' previous high was 40 Saturday at Quebec.

The Red Wings (6-3-2) tied a club record set in 1962 with their sixth straight home victory to start a season. They are 0-3-2 on the road. The North Stars (2-7-2) are 0-5-1 on the road.

Zombo's first goal, at 4:42, broke a 4-4 tie. Jimmy Carson started the play with a shot from inside the blueline. Bob Probert's rebound also was stopped but Zombo knocked in the rebound.

Fedorov then took a pass from Brent Fedyk and shoveled the puck past Takko for his fifth goal.

Bobby Smith pulled the North Stars within a goal on a power play at 9:56. But Detroit's Marc Habscheid answered at 15:22.

Larry Murphy's goal made it 7-6 at 18:22, but Carson scored his sixth goal into an empty net at 19:05.

Stewart Gavin's second goal 58 seconds into the third period put the North Stars ahead by 4-3, but Probert tied it one minute later when he tipped in a shot by Bobby Dollas for his third goal. It was the first point in a Detroit uniform for Dollas, playing in his second game with the team.