|Johnson 7, Helan 21||Venue: Hillsborough
|Zayatte og 5, Keogh pen 87|
MILLWALL picked up their first point of the 2013-14 Championship season thanks to Andy Keogh's late penalty.
Keogh converted from 12 yards after Richard Chaplow was bundled over in the area to end a run of three consecutive defeats.
Kamil Zayatte's own goal had given the Lions the lead but they were pegged back by Reda Johnson and Jeremy Helan before break.
But Keogh handed a major boost to boss Steve Lomas by grabbing a late equalising.
Millwall were forced to wear Wednesday's old away kit in the first half after they arrived in Yorkshire with the incorrect strip, but they were able to change into orange at the break.
The Lions were without the services of attacking trio Steve Morison (abdomen), Jermaine Easter (hamstring) and James Henry (illness), meaning Andy Keogh, Scott McDonald and Lee Martin all started.
The game began at a frantic pace and, in just the third minute, Martin picked out the run of Chaplow, whose first-time shot was somehow kept out by Chris Kirkland.
But 90 seconds later, an almost identical move paid dividends as Martin again crossed from the left and Zayatte turned the ball into his own net under pressure from McDonald.
Millwall's lead lasted just two minutes and Lomas will have been furious with the manner in which his side threw away their advantage.
Stephen Bywater failed to claim Lewis Buxton's free-kick, Mark Beevers sliced a clearance up into the air and, when the ball dropped, Johnson was underneath it to head escitalopram online canada into the corner.
Bywater held onto David Prutton's volley shortly afterwards but he was beaten again in the 21st minute when Martin was dispossessed on the edge of the area and Helan arrowed a shot inside the near post.
The Owls were soon pushing for a third goal and Michail Antonio nearly provided it when he breezed past Danny Shittu but fired well over the bar when one-on-one with Bywater.
The Lions responded with a 10-minute spell of pressure but the best opportunity they mustered during that time was a tame Chaplow drive that drifted well wide.
And Bywater needed to make an impressive save shortly before the break to keep the score at 2-1 after Atdhe Nuhiu's header came back off the post.
Millwall had a strong penalty appeal turned down in the 50th minute when McDonald was dragged to the ground, much to the disbelief of Lomas and his backroom staff on the touchline.
Wednesday thought they had scored a third goal when Bywater fumbled another free-kick into the box and the loose ball was turned in, but referee Stuart Attwell blew up for a foul.
And Owls fans were further outraged when Antonio was brought down by Bywater in the area and Attwell awarded a corner instead of a penalty. In the 71st minute, substitute Liam Feeney's cross was headed just wide by Keogh.
But just when the game looked to be petering out into a home win, the Lions were handed a lifeline when Attwell pointed to the spot and Keogh made no mistake.