Around the League notebook: Friday, Jan. 1

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VANCOUVER 2, Anaheim 1 (SO)

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Christopher Tanev scored the game-tying goal with 9:36 remaining in regulation and (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.

* 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%).


* Canucks forward 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 (1,129 GP).

* Ducks forward 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 tribute during a first-period stoppage in play.