Johan Franzen's return to the Red Wings lineup Friday didn't last long.

Franzen missed Wednesday's game in Vancouver with an upper-body injury.

He returned to the lineup against the Flames, but lasted only 9 minutes 5 seconds on 12 shifts before having to leave the game feeling ill.

"He was sick," coach Mike Babcock said. "I don't know if he's got the flu or what it is. But he was feeling nautious, so he couldn't play."

Franzen had a minus-1 rating for the game, with one shot.

With Franzen unavailable, Babcock scrambled his lines a bit and one of the resulting units, Joakim Andersson between Justin Abdelkader and Tomas Tatar, produced two third period goals leading to the 4-3 Red Wings victory over Calgary.