Drew Miller’s two goals powered the Red Wings to a 4-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Sunday, the first time Daniel Alfredsson returned to the city where he played for 17 seasons.

The Wings have now won four in straight, equaling a season high.

Miller scored his third goal of the season in the second period after tic-tac-toe passing by Nicklas Kronwall and Tomas Tatar set him up on the right wing.

Miller fired a one-timer by the Senators goalie Robin Lehner, who stood little chance.

Johan Franzen scored the Wings’ second goal in the period, off assists from Alfredsson and Jakub Kindl.

Brendan Smith then added to the Red Wings’ strong offensive push from the defense in the third period when he rushed up the left wing and fed a nice cross-ice pass to Miller.

Lehner could not get across in time, with Smith’s deft pass affording Miller a huge target.

The Senators never launched their bruising aggressiveness, as they did in defeating the Wings 6-1 on Nov. 23 in a penalty-filled game.