NHL: Philadelphia 4, Vancouver 3 (SO)

Dec. 31, 2013 at 1:21 AM

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Dec. 31 (UPI) -- Brayden Schenn scored a late equalizer and Steve Mason made 41 saves Monday, boosting the Philadelphia Flyers over Vancouver 4-3 in a shootout.

The Canucks had grabbed a 3-2 lead on a Daniel Sedin shot that went in off Flyers defender Luke Schenn with 2:48 left in regulation.

But brother Brayden responded with 46.8 seconds remaining, converting a pass from Scott Hartnell at the right side of the net.

After a scoreless overtime, Vincent Lecavalier put a forehand shot past Eddie Lack in the first round of the tiebreaker and Mason turned aside all three Canucks shooters to secure the victory.

Claude Giroux notched a goal and an assist and Mark Streit also scored as the Flyers won a second straight on the road.

Sedin provided a goal and an assist for Vancouver, which lost for just the second time in December.

Jannik Hansen and Tom Sesisto also scored.

Lack finished with 24 stops.

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