VANCOUVER – Rookie Elias Pettersson scored two goals in three assists and Derek Pouli scored overtime in less than 30 seconds, so Vancouver Canucks won 7-6 in Colorado Avalanche on Friday.
Pettersson's third assistant after the night was Pouliot's winner, while the second goal came in the last minute of the game to force a further time.
Brock Boeser won twice. Loui Eriksson and Markus Granlund played the crime against Vancouver (9-6-0).
Nathan MacKinnon found the net twice in Colorado (7-4-3), while Sheldon Dries, Ian Cole, Alexander Kerfoot and Nikita Zadorov all scored one by one.
NHL points leader Mikko Rantanen has registered a trilogy for Avs.
Jacob Markstrom stopped 23-29 in Vancouver, as the Colorado match was fired by Philipp Grubauer's 30th shot.
Only 58 seconds later, Boeing made the game in his lap after Pettersson made a long pass on the ice. The right wing caught the puck on the tape and fired the net while shooting a shot at the Grubauer.
The drought reacted to Avalance at the beginning of the second frame and directed the center of Cody Wilson back to the Vancouver net.
This was the first six goals in 12 minutes.
Boeser was next to find the net for his second goal for the night. He collected another pass from Pettersson and shot a shot from the arc-off circle.
Fifty seconds later, Cole was. The Avs deflected a blue line and fired at the top right corner of the net.
Nearly half the time, Ericksson reassured the bouncing puck and then targeted the first goal through the Avs goal.
MacKinnon soon persuaded things, appreciating Rantanen.
Kerfoot was the first to give Colorado the 12: 36 advantage in the second frame, dividing Vancouver's defense and firing a hinge pin at Markstrom.
Five minutes passed before the red light started.
Pettersson has given the final goal of the period, pulling a rebound on the top of the crease and attempting to bind things 4-4.
The 19-year-old center was named the newcomer of the October month championship. He played seven goals and three assists in eight games.
Zadorov made another goal in the third race, so he won the first season every minute and half a minute.
Granlund responded to Canucks on a 10-minute performance game to go into the game.
Vancouver's right-wing extremist Nikolay Goldobin was struggling to rock the net in front of the net, but found a way to get food from Granlund, who filled it in the past with Grubauer.
MacKinnon again shot Avs for a late-play game to get 6-5, but Canucks refused to give up.
In 36 seconds, Pettersson joined the game with the second year.
Then the Canucks will start a six-race trip and visit the Detroit Red Wing on Tuesday.