The Vancouver Canucks scored twice in the third period to come from behind and the beat the Edmonton Oilers 3-2 Saturday night at Rogers Place.
The Oilers finish the pre-season with a record of 5-3.
Benoit Pouliot opened the scoring with a breakaway goal at 12:46 of the first period. Brandon Sutter replied with a tip-in goal just 22 seconds later.
The Oilers dominated the second period, outshooting the Canucks 18-3 and going up 2-1 on power play goal by Connor McDavid.
The Canucks came to life in the third and tied it on a power play marker by Sven Baertschi. With 2:42 left, Markus Granlund fired the game winner past Cam Talbot.
The Oilers had a 36-21 edge in shots on goal.
The regular season opener at Rogers Place on Wednesday night will feature the Oilers hosting the Calgary Flames. (<em>jrw</em>)