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.''
The Canucks gave up the opening goal to Vinny Prospal, but David Booth and Sedin scored at equal strength in a span of 79 seconds to give Vancouver a 2-...