EDMONTON – Elias Pettersson and Antoine Roussel had a goal and assists because Vancouver Canucks scored four goals in the first six shots and defeated the 4-2 victory over Edmonton Oilers on Thursday.
Tyler Motte and Brock Boeser also scored for Canucks (18-18-4), who in the last 10 games had a 7-2-1 place.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Leon Draisaitl replied to Oilers (18-16-3), who now lost four straights.
Goalkeeper Mikko Koskinen resigned from all four goals and only made two series before Cam Talbot replaced him, who stopped all 14 shots sent in his direction.
Jacob Markstrom made 30 defeats in the Canucks winnings.
Vancouver started scoring after the first shot four minutes before the opening, when Motte took part in the match and defeated Koskinen who scored the sixth goal this season.
The Canucks team would also score in their second shot a few minutes later when Pettersson sent her ahead of Boesera, who scored 13 goals.
Edmonton scored one of those goals already in the middle of the first period, when Connor McDavid found Nugent-Hopkins in the front to score on Markstrom's goal. It was the first time in 10 games in which Vancouver allowed the game marker.
Vancouver made 3-1 with just over a minute in the first on the fifth shot, when Pettersson slid the disc under Koskinen's arm, giving the novice 18th place.
The Canucks scored the fourth goal in the sixth game shot at 19:49 before the deal in front, which Roussel gave to his fourth. For the first time in nine years, Vancouver scored four goals in the first period of the road game.
Talbot came to start the second in the Edmonton network.
Edmonton jumped back with the second power-play marker after seven minutes in the second period after Draisaitl's deadly shot.
In the third period there was no scoring.
Oilers actually loses with Canucks 32-20 in the game.
Both teams return to action on Saturday, when Canucks's head to Calgary will face Flames, and Oilers from San Jose Sharks.
Comments: It was the second of four meetings between the two teams this year, with Canucks defeating Edmonton 4-2 on December 16. The next meeting will take place on January 16 in Vancouver. Oilers Oilers on Alex Chiasson left the game after taking fire from the knee in the first period and did not return.