Henrik Sedin and Trevor Linden both scored, and Roberto Luongo made 20 saves for the Canucks, who won for the sixth time in their last eight games -- and held onto a one-point lead over Minnesota for first place in the Northwest Division playoff chase.
The game featured just three penalties, but two were called on the Blues' Eric Brewer -- including a double-minor for roughing with 50 seconds left in regulation. That left the Canucks a man up going into the extra period, and they made it count as Henrik Sedin fed his brother Daniel for the winning goal.
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