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CANUCKS EDGE DUCKS, CLIMB PACIFIC DIVISION STANDINGS
Christopher Tanev scored the game-tying goal with 9:36 remaining in regulation and Alexandre Burrows Jerseys (0-1—1) had the deciding goal in the shootout to lift the Vancouver Canucks past the Anaheim Ducks. Vancouver has a 4-1-1 record in its past six contests.
* At 15-15-9 (39 points), the Canucks leapfrogged the idle San Jose Sharks (18-16-2, 38 points) and pulled even with the idle Arizona Coyotes (18-16-3, 39 points) for second in the Pacific Division standings. Arizona, however, holds two games in hand.
* Jacob Markstrom Jerseys made 27 saves through 65 minutes and denied all three shooters in the shootout to earn his cheap jerseys from china third win in his past four appearances, improving to 4-4-3 overall (2.43 GAA, .921 SV%).
MILESTONES & BENCHMARKS
* Canucks forward Daniel Sedin Jerseys skated in his 1,100th career game (all w/ Vancouver) to become the third player in franchise history to reach the milestone, joining cheap nhl jerseys from china Trevor Linden (1,140 GP) and his twin brother Henrik Sedin Jerseys (1,129 GP).
* Ducks forward Ryan Kesler Jerseys scored his first career goal against his former club (1-3—4 in 8 GP). Per the Elias Sports Bureau, Kesler has now scored at least one goal against all 30 NHL teams.
The Canucks are 4-1-0 in their past five home games dating to Dec. 7, 2015. … Despite the shootout loss, the Ducks (15-15-7, 37 points) stretched their point streak to five games (3-0-2). … Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid participated in practice for the first time since fracturing his left clavicle on Nov. 3, 2015. … The Florida Panthers and coach Gerard Gallant reportedly have agreed in principle on a two-year contract extension. … ICYMI: Ducks defenseman Kevin Bieksa played his first game as a visitor in Vancouver since being acquired by Anaheim during the offseason. Bieksa, who had 56-185—241 during 10 seasons with the Canucks from 2005-15 (597 GP), received a standing ovation at Rogers Arena following a video tribute during a first-period stoppage in play.