VANCOUVER San Jose Sharks Hats Womens , British Columbia (AP) — Vancouver Canucks center Bo Horvat credited veteran goalie Jacob Markstrom with Saturday’s win over the Calgary Flames.Markstrom stopped 44 of 47 shots and put up three more saves in the shootout, leading Vancouver to a 4-3 victory over the Flames.“We couldn’t have done it without Marky tonight,” Horvat said. “He was absolutely sensational, made key saves at unbelievable times of the hockey game and he was a stud in the shootout again. So big credit to him.”Several of his teammates agreed.“I think (the Flames) were the better team overall, but Marky played really good and kept us in the game,” said Vancouver’s star rookie, Elias Pettersson, who had a pair of assists and put away the shootout winner.A pair of the goalie’s most memorable stops came against one of the league’s top talents.Johnny Gaudreau streaked into the Canucks’ end on a breakaway with just five seconds to go in the first period and released a blistering shot, but Markstrom snatched the puck out of the air.He repeated the feat late in the third, once again robbing the Flames winger of a goal with a stunning glove save.“Man, (Markstrom) was dialed in tonight. What am I going to say? He was awesome tonight,” Canucks coach Travis Green said.Markstrom was humble about stopping Gaudreau, who’s in the race for the title of the league’s top scorer with 75 points this season.“It was one of those things where you’re just trying to make the read and I got the right read and I was fortunate enough to stop it Custom San Jose Sharks Jerseys ,” Markstrom said.He credited his teammates with playing hard and making sure he was able to keep track of the puck throughout the game.“They really pinned us down in the second,” he said. “But I thought everybody really played for each other. We stood up good when they had pressure coming toward the net.”Horvat, Josh Leivo and Brock Boeser scored for Vancouver in regulation.Sam Bennett, Elias Lindholm and Andrew Mangiapane scored for Calgary.Mangiapane’s second-period goal was his first NHL goal.“It was definitely nice. It was a little longer than I would have liked, but I felt like our line was hemming them in there in the second period and (Noah Hanifin) picked it up and made a nice pass over to me,” said Mangiapane, who made his NHL debut in early December. “So it was definitely a good feeling and nice to get it out of the way.”The goal came when the Flames had Markstrom under siege, outshooting the Canucks 17-1.“The bench was electric when he scored and that was a wonderful shift by the (Derek) Ryan line there. They really worked hard and hemmed them in and had a quality shift,” Flames coach Bill Peters said. “That’s a proud moment, something he will never forget.”David Rittich had 22 saves for the Flames and made two stops in the shootout.The victory snapped a three-game losing skid for the Canucks. It was the second straight loss for the Flames, who hadn’t lost back-to-back games since Dec. 22.But Peters said there was a lot to like about how his team played Saturday.“Definitely had some good looks. There’s not a lot of big changes to be made. Power play needed to get one. We had our opportunities for sure. There was some good looks we have to cash in,” he said.Vancouver’s win keeps the team firmly entrenched in a battled for a Western Conference wild-card spot.The squad knows that every game is crucial going forward, Markstrom said.“Points are going to be hard to come by www.mapleleafsshoponline.com ,” he said. “We’ve got to battle hard for 65-plus minutes. And we did it tonight. Which is a nice win.”NOTES: The Canucks confirmed on Saturday that left-winger Sven Baertschi will be out of the lineup indefinitely. Coach Travis Green said he is suffering from post-concussion syndrome. The team is also missing backup goalie Thatcher Demko, who is out with a knee sprain, and defenseman Alex Edler, who has a concussion. … Calgary’s James Neal was missing some teeth after Saturday’s contest. An official collected at least two teeth from the ice after the left-winger caught a high-stick from Vancouver’s Alex Biega midway through the third period. Biega was handed a four-minute penalty for the play.UP NEXTFlames: At Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday.Canucks: Host San Jose Sharks on Monday. TORONTO (AP) — Mitch Marner was stuck on six goals for nearly a month. Suddenly, nobody can keep the red-hot forward from putting the puck in the net.Marner scored twice during a wild the third period and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the New York Rangers 5-3 on Saturday night.The 21-year-old was originally credited with another goal later given to Andreas Johnsson, which prompted fans at Scotiabank Arena to litter the ice with headwear for a second consecutive hat trick that wasn’t. Marner scored late in Thursday’s 6-1 win over the Florida Panthers — a goal that some in the crowd thought was a third for John Tavares.“People are losing their hats for no reason here. … I feel pretty bad for them,” said Marner, who recorded the fourth two-goal game of his career. “If they’re Leaf hats I’m guessing they’re not cheap. Everything around here is pretty expensive.”Marner had 16 assists during a 13-game goal drought that stretched from Nov. 16 to Dec. 13, but he has scored six times and set up two more in his last four outings.“Every night he’s one of our best players, if not the best player,” Leafs coach Mike Babcock said. “He works real hard, he’s real good defensively, he does it right.”Morgan Rielly and Patrick Marleau also scored for Toronto (24-10-2) Toronto Maple Leafs T-Shirts Womens , while Frederik Andersen made 25 saves. Tavares and Johnsson, who recorded the second three-point game of his career, each had two assists as the Leafs won their third straight.Babcock announced following the victory that fourth-line forward Tyler Ennis, a pleasant surprise with seven goals and four assists in 33 games this season, broke his ankle midway through the second period.“We’ve only got 11 forwards so we’ll have to do something,” Babcock said.Neal Pionk, Kevin Hayes and Chris Krieder scored for New York (15-14-5). Alexandar Georgiev made 31 saves as the Rangers dropped to 1-2-2 over their last five.“They’ve got some pretty skilled guys,” New York defenseman Marc Staal said. “We’ve just got to learn from our positives.”NOTES: The 39-year-old Marleau is the fourth player in NHL history to register at least 10 goals in 21 or more consecutive seasons. … Leafs D Martin Marincin, in the lineup for a second straight night for Igor Ozhiganov (illness), played his 100th game with Toronto. … Canadian IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe was in attendance.UP NEXTRangers: Host Philadelphia on Sunday.Maple Leafs: Host Detroit on Sunday.