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Kane scores twice, Sharks rout Canucks 7-2

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) Evander Kane scored twice, leading the San Jose Sharks to a 7-2 rout of the Vancouver Canucks on Monday night.

The victory moves San Jose into first place in the Western Conference and extends the Sharks' winning streak to six games.

Timo Meier, Melker Karlsson, Tomas Hertl, Kevin Lebanc and Joe Pavelski also scored for the Sharks. Martin Jones had 25 saves.

Bo Horvat and Derrick Pouliot scored for Vancouver. Mike DiPietro stopped 17 of 24 shots in his NHL debut.

The 19-year-old native of Amherstburg, Ontario, was called up from the Ontario Hockey League's Ottawa 67's on an emergency basis last week after Canucks backup Thatcher Demko was sidelined with a knee sprain.

Jacob Markstrom, the team's starting goalie, was slated to start on Monday but was scratched as a precaution due to tightness in his lower body.

DiPietro struggled early, letting in the first shot of the game after Canucks defenseman Erik Gudbranson failed to corral the puck behind the net.

Logan Couture collected the puck and dished it to Meier, who fired it past DiPietro 1:04 into the first period.

The Sharks added another goal just minutes later off a high shot by Kane. Vancouver defenseman Ben Hutton attempted to punch the puck out of the air in front of the net, but instead sent it in off of DiPietro.

When Karlsson added San Jose's third goal 8:48 into the opening frame, the Canucks had yet to register a shot.

Despite a slow start, Vancouver seemed to find its way late in the first, tying up the Sharks in their own end.

With just seconds left on the clock, rookie Elias Pettersson sliced a pass to Horvat down low. The center hammered a slap shot past Jones to put the Canucks on the board.

Vancouver out shot San Jose 13-5 in the second period, but the Sharks added goals from Kane, Hertl and Lebanc.

Lebanc's tally came from a 2-on-1 in which Joe Thornton drew DiPietro across the crease before dishing off to the right-winger.

The assist was the 1,050th of Thornton's career. He passed Gordie Howe for ninth place on the league's all-time assists list.

It was also the 39-year-old center's 1,457th NHL point, tying Teemu Selanne for 15th place on the all-time points list.

Vancouver's second goal came from Pouliot 12:06 into the third. Zack MacEwen assisted on the play. It was the 22-year-old' MacEwen's first NHL point and came in his league debut. He was called up from the American Hockey League's Utica Comets on Sunday.

Pavelski added the final goal of the game less than two minutes later.

NOTES: Vancouver has placed center Brandon Sutter on injured reserve with a lower body injury. ... Pavelski registered an assist on Meier's goal, marking his 400th NHL assist. ... San Jose defenseman Erik Karlsson missed Monday's game with a lower-body injury.

UP NEXT

Sharks: Host Washington Capitals on Thursday.

Canucks: Start a three-game California swing at Anaheim on Wednesday.

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