VANCOUVER – When Alex Radulov got his third victory in third position, Dallas Stars won the Vancouver Canucks 2-1 on Saturday at Rogers Arena.
Jamie Benn has also netted the third in third place (10-14-10), fifth fifth in central and is currently the second wildest in the Western Conference.
Ben Bishop saved 24 for the first time, leaving five games for minor injuries.
Bo Horvat scored against Canucks (11-15-3), the only winner of the last 12 matches.
Anders Nilsson made 25 previews for Canucks.
Radulov won the match 3:23 only. Benn only found on the roller shield in the skateboard, and Radulov did not make any mistake to calm the crowd.
The first Nilsson was spectacular. He faced only six shots, but faced several such as a penetrating bracelet, leaving Tyler Seguin ahead.
Canucks played four minutes before the game. Antoine Roussel, an old star, moved away and got a dirt puck that he took to Horvat.
The bishop was good at the other end, because Brock Boeser only stayed alone. Nilsson Blake Comeau did the same thing with a nice glove. Netminder of Canucks played a play of Stars in the last two minutes of the second, but he won only one goal.
Seguin and Benn, making the offensive work, made 17 shots of two stars of two stars, the third came third to Nilsson. But Jason Spezza put a penalty kick in defense of Dallas, and forced the star to kill Vancouver in the fourth game.
Benn eventually binds 1-1 third-thirds. After he was shot by Miro Heiskanen on the internet, Benn moved around the net and banged on a puck.