Elias Pettersson opened the scoring with his 10th of the season at 13:29 of the first period...Ben Hutton made it 2-0 at 11: 21 of the second...Jacob Markstrom made 28 saves...Loui Eriksson, Erik Gudbranson, Nikolay Goldobin and Adam Gaudette each netted an assist.
• With this 10th goal on Nov. 6 at DET, Elias Pettersson became the fifth player outside of the NHL's inaugural season to score 10 or more goals through his first 10 career games (NHL PR)
• He became the 17th player in NHL history to record 16 or more points through his first 10 career games and first since 1992.93 (NHL PR)
• Elias Pettersson registered a career-high five points on Nov. 2 vs COL to set a franchise record for most in a regular-season game by a rookie, eclipsing the previous mark of four last achieved by teammate Brock Boeser on Dec. 28, 2017 (1-3-4 vs CHI) (NHL PR)
• Pettersson became the youngest player in franchise history to record at least five points in a regular-season game, eclipsing the previous mark set by Trevor Linden (20 years, 253 days) on Dec. 20, 1990 (3-3-6 vs. EDM). Only 17 different players in NHL history have collected at least five points in a game at a younger age (NHL PR)
• Pettersson leads all rookies in goals and points this season (10-6-16 in 10 GP).
• Pettersson was named the NHL's second star of the week ending November 4th. He shared the League lead with four goals and ranked third overall with seven points in three games to also help lead the Canucks to a perfect week.
Elias Pettersson, who led all rookies with seven goals and 10 points in eight games (7-3-10), was named the NHL's Rookie of the Month for October. Pettersson, who paced rookies in goals and points despite missing six games due to injury, registered 1-1-2 in his NHL debut Oct. 3 and 2-1-3 in his second outing Oct. 6. He became the fourth player in Canucks history to collect multiple points in his League debut and the second - along with Thomas Gradin (4-1-5 in 1978-79) - to record five points through his first two NHL appearances. Pettersson ultimately extended his career-opening point streak to five games (53-8), becoming the second player in Vancouver history - along with Don Tannahill (3-2-5 in 5 GP in 1972-73) - to achieve the feat. Pettersson added his sixth and seventh goals Oct. 29, making him the 21st player in League history - and eighth in the modern era - to reach that total through seven career NHL contests.
FACE THE FACTS
• Bo Horvat ranks tied for first in the NHL in face-off wins (210), first in even-strength face-off wins (174) and first in faceoffs taken (380)
• Horvat notched a season-high 23 faceoff wins on Nov. 2 vs COL and had 40 total faceoffs on Nov. 6 at DET
THE GOING RATE
• Elias Pettersson has registered at least a point in eight of 10 career games; He has six points (3-3-6) over the past two games
• Bo Horvat has seven points (4-3-7) over his past 10 games
• Troy Stecher has five points (1-4-5) over the last nine games
• Brock Boeser has five points (2-3-5) over the his last three games • Jake Virtanen has three goals (3-0-3) over his past four games
• Erik Gudbranson has a career-high three assists/points (0-3-3) over three straight games
• Markus Granlund has at least a point (2-1-3) in three of the past four games
• Brendan Gaunce has an assist in two straight games
• Antoine Roussel has at least a point (1-2-3) in three of the past four games
• Alex Biega has an assist in two of the past three games
• Nikolay Goldobin has three assists over the past two games
• Ben Hutton has two points (1-1-2) over the past two games
• Loui Eriksson has two points (1-1-2) over the past two games