The Vancouver Canucks' power play is clicking again, and it produced a much-needed win this time.
Daniel Sedin scored the second of his two goals with the man-advantage Saturday night and it turned out to be the winner in a 4-3 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Alex Edler also got into the act, scoring on an end-to-end dash that provided a 3-1 lead in the second period.
''When you score a (power-play) goal or two, you get confidence,'' Sedin said, ''and all of a sudden the passes are on the stick and you are moving for each other.''
The Canucks went 2 for 3 on the power play for the second straight game after struggling through a 1-for-22 stretch.
''There's not a lot of changes in our power play lately,'' Sedin said. ''It's just a matter of passes being there, shooting the puck and finding rebounds. It's little things.''
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