CALGARY, Alberta (AP) - Christian Ehrhoff scored at 2:31 of overtime and the playoff-bound Vancouver Canucks wrapped up the best regular season in franchise history with a 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Saturday night.
After rallying from a 2-0 deficit in the third, the Canucks got the victory when Ehrhoff's slap shot from the blue line beat Henrik Karlsson between his pads. Karlsson was furious after the goal, pleading with the referees that he had been interfered with.
Daniel Sedin had a pair of assists to clinch the NHL scoring race with 41 goals and 63 assists. Twin brother Henrik Sedin won the scoring title last season.
Daniel Sedin's 104 points are the fewest for an Art Ross Trophy winner since Tampa Bay's Marty St. Louis won it with 94 in 2003-04.