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Vancouver Canucks uses early goal to top Pitt Penguins, 1-0
Story by Narrative Science.
Vancouver Canucks took the lead against Pitt Penguins in the first period and maintained it until the end of the game to secure a tight 1-0 victory.A goal 14:40 into the the first period by Jason Sum proved to be the game winner, and powered Vancouver Canucks to the victory.
Vancouver Canucks did not waste many scoring chances, needing only two shots to achieve its goal tally.
Vancouver Canucks was led by Sum, who finished with one goal.
Vancouver Canucks managed to stay out of the box better than usual, totaling one minor for two minutes in penalty time. Vancouver Canucks ended up below its season average of 8.0 penalty minutes per game. Vancouver Canucks' offense revolved around and Sum, who put and one shot on net.
Bob Beaver was the focal point of Pitt Penguins' attack, as he took and one out of his team's one shot.
Sam Goalie made one save for Vancouver Canucks on one shot. Vancouver Canucks registered zero goals on zero power play opportunities. Beaver recorded one save for Pitt Penguins. Pitt Penguins ended with no penalties and went 0-for-1 on the power play.