VANCOUVER - Brayden Schenn picked up brother Luke by tying the game in the final minute of regulation, and Vincent Lecavalier completed the comeback with the only shootout goal, lifting the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-3 win against the Vancouver Canucks on Monday night.
After Luke Schenn accidentally knocked a rebound into his own net to put the Canucks ahead with 2:48 left in regulation, Brayden scored his first goal in 17 games with 46.8 seconds remaining and goalie Steve Mason pulled for the extra attacker.
Lecavalier beat Eddie Lack with a nice deke and forehand shot over the blocker in the first round of the shootout. Mason, who made 41 saves through overtime, stopped Mike Santorelli, Ryan Kesler and Daniel Sedin in the shootout to preserve the comeback win.
Tom Sestito and Jannik Hansen scored second-period goals to put the Canucks ahead, but Flyers captain Claude Giroux scored on a partial break with 68 seconds left in the period to tie it 2-2.