The Calgary Flames had a solid opening 20 minutes Saturday night in Vancouver, but were unable to keep things going for the latter two periods.
The Vancouver Canucks scored five unanswered goals over the second and third period en route ti a convincing 5-1 win over the Calgary Flames at Rogers Arena.
Jordan Schroeder of Burnsville, Minnesota scored his first two National Hockey League career goals. The Canucks' first round draft pick in 2009 first career goal was also the game winning goal on the power play from Alexandre Burrows and Alexander Edler.
With the win, Vancouver improves to 7-2-2 and have now won five straight, while Calgary falls to 3-4-2 and are five points back of the Dallas Stars for the eighth playoff spot in the Western Conference.
The Canucks and Flames each play the Minnesota Wild next. The Flames play Minnesota on Monday and the Canucks play Minnesota on Tuesday.