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Video: Daniel Sedin scores OT winner

Matt Calvert

Vancouver Canucks’ Henrik Sedin, of Sweden, from left to right, Ryan Kesler and Daniel Sedin, of Sweden, celebrate Henrik’s goal against the Columbus Blue Jackets during second period NHL hockey action in Vancouver, British Columbia, Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Darryl Dyck)


Daniel Sedin put home brother Henrik Sedin’s feed from a tough angle with under a minute remaining in overtime helping the Vancouver Canucks edge the Ottawa Senators 4-3 Tuesday night.

With the win, the Canucks have now won four of their last five while the loss stretches the Sens’ losing skid to three games.

As you see in the clip, Sens’ head coach Paul MacLean was displeased with a missed interference call on Kyle Turris prior to the goal.

It was a back and forth affair between the two teams meeting for the first time since last season’s Heritage classic.

Shawn Matthias opened the scoring, but Mike Hoffman tied it 1-1 less than four minutes later. After Alex Burrows gave the Canucks a 2-1 lead, Kyle Turris tied it 2-2 with just over two minutes remaining in the first.

It remained tied 2-2 until 5:36 of the third, when Kevin Bieksa gave Vancouver its’ third lead of the night. Mark Stone knotted it at 3-3 before the midway mark of the final period forcing overtime.

Ryan Miller made 20 saves in the while while Craig Anderson stopped 29 shots in a losing cause.

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