VANCOUVER Authentic Marcus Johansson Jersey , British Columbia (AP) — Bo Horvat’s nerves were frayed in the final seconds of Vancouver’s 4-0 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Monday night.The Canucks had a comfortable lead with just more than a minute to go when the center was called for interference. As he sat in the box, Horvat worried his penalty would spoil a clean sheet for goalie Jacob Markstrom.It didn’t. The 6-foot-6 Swede stopped all 29 shots by Anaheim for his first shutout of the season.“I felt so bad when (the penalty) happened,” said Horvat, who scored twice. “I was just so happy that he ended up getting the shutout there. I wouldn’t have been able to forgive myself.”Alex Biega and Nikolay Goldobin also scored as the Canucks snapped a three-game skid and won in regulation for the first time in their last 11.“Big win,” Markstrom said. “We’ve been playing good but haven’t got the goals we wanted. Today I thought we played a really good game for 60 minutes and it shows on the board.”Kevin Boyle made 25 saves but the Ducks dropped their third in a row.“It weighs on you,” assistant coach Marty Wilford said. “We are all competitive people and everybody wants to win, so obviously it’s weighing on you and you can’t have that defeated mindset when you fall behind like, poor me I can’t come back. We just can’t accept losing.”Anaheim is nine points out of a playoff spot.“We are not going to feel sorry for ourselves or make excuses or let people make excuses for us,” center Devin Shore said. “It’s tough sledding but we’ve all been through situations where things don’t go your way and you can’t hope your way out of it, you have to work your way out of it.”The shutout was the third of Markstrom’s career. His previous one came against Dallas on Feb. 11, 2018.Canucks coach Travis Green didn’t realize his starting netminder hadn’t posted a shutout yet this season.“I didn’t even know that was his first, to be honest,” he said. “He’s had such a good year that he probably deserves a few more and you are happy for him.”The shutout was nice, Markstrom said, but the victory was a total team effort.“It means that we won the game,” he said. “It’s nice to get one, for sure Michael Hutchinson Jersey Womens , but that mirrors how we played defense and played the game.”One of Markstrom’s biggest saves came with nine minutes to go, when Derek Grant found the puck down low and Markstrom dove to make the stop.Horvat’s second goal of the night came midway through the third period after he dove to keep the puck in Anaheim’s end. Josh Leivo got it back to Horvat in the faceoff circle and he sent a rocket past Boyle to make it 4-0.The 23-year-old Horvat has a career-high 23 goals this season.“I’m far from the peak of my career,” he said. “I think I still have a lot of work to do, a lot to improve on and I’m just trying to get better day by day.”Goldobin opened the scoring 8:04 into the first after star rookie Elias Pettersson sliced a cross-ice pass to him in the neutral zone. The right wing ripped a shot over Boyle’s shoulder for his eighth goal of the season and first in nine games.Goldobin has been in and out of the lineup this season as the coaching staff challenges him to work on his game away from the puck. It’s been a tough stretch, the right wing said, adding that he wants to stay with the Canucks.“I like this organization and I know coaches believe in me a lot. I like the guys here. I feel like I’m home here,” he said.Biega added another goal before the end of the period with a long shot that somehow wound its way through traffic and slid in under Boyle’s pad.Early in the second, Anaheim’s Brendan Guhle was sent to the penalty box for leveling Tyler Motte along the boards and the Canucks capitalized on the power play. Brock Boeser made a nifty pass to Horvat below the goal line and he poked it in to put Vancouver up 3-0.NOTES: Ryan Spooner got his first point with the Canucks, assisting on Biega’s goal. Vancouver acquired the 27-year-old forward in a trade with the Edmonton Oilers this month. … British Columbia native Angus Redmond was called up to the NHL for the first time Monday. The 23-year-old goalie backed up Doyle for the Ducks. … It was linesman Lonnie Cameron’s 1,500th game in the NHL. His milestone was celebrated before puck drop.UP NEXTDucks: Host the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday night.Canucks: Begin a three-game road trip at Colorado on Wednesday. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — David Poile insisted he would have been just fine if adding Brian Boyle earlier this month was Nashville’s final deal this season.That didn’t stop the NHL’s winningest general manager without a Stanley Cup from making not one, but two deals at Monday’s trade deadline.Poile swapped a pair of young forwards for proven scorers, sending Kevin Fiala to Minnesota for Mikael Granlund before acquiring veteran forward Wayne Simmonds from Philadelphia for Ryan Hartman and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2020. The Simmonds deal wrapped 3 minutes before the deadline.“We’re in a position right now where we feel we have a chance to not only make the playoffs but win rounds in the playoffs and compete for the Stanley Cup,” Poile said Monday. “So we’re giving away, whether it’s your first-round pick or players like Fiala or Hartman, we’re giving up some future to try to get at it right today.”The Predators reached the Stanley Cup Final in 2017 as the last team into the playoffs, and then followed up by winning their first Presidents’ Trophy last season. Yet Nashville lost in the second round to Winnipeg in seven games , and now the Predators find themselves second in the Central Division, a point behind the Jets going into Monday night’s games.Simmonds will be a free agent this summer. But the 30-year-old forward, who played for Nashville coach Peter Laviolette with the Flyers, is four goals away from his sixth straight season with at least 20 goals. At 6-foot-2, he also adds needed bulk to a roster that also features the 6-6 Boyle and Cody McLeod, who were brought inFeb. 6 in separate deals.“As we forecast and see how the playoffs are lining up right now, Winnipeg, St. Louis for example, those are not going to be easy series, but those are going to be series against some big boys and going to be some physicality in it,” Poile said.Adding Granlund and Simmonds should boost a power play that has been the NHL’s worst at 12.6 percent and give Nashville more scoring depth to compete in the Western Conference. Granlund led Minnesota with 18 points on the man advantage, five better than Ryan Johansen in Nashville. Simmonds has five power-play goals, matching Filip Forsberg.Poile also managed to keep top prospects Eeli Tolvanen and Dante Fabbro while hanging onto his first-round draft picks. Better yet for Nashville, Granlund, who has three goals and seven assists in his last 14 games, is signed through the 2019-20 season with an annual salary cap hit of $5.75 million.Granlund, who turns 27 on Tuesday Nico Hischier Jersey , was the ninth overall pick in the 2010 draft out of Oulu, Finland, with much fanfare. His skills and accomplishments for the national team were such that he once appeared on a postage stamp in his native country, but with the Wild he never took that step from productive top-six forward to All-Star-caliber player.He had a career-high 26 goals and plus-23 rating in 2016-17 and a career-best 46 assists in 2017-18, but this season Granlund, like many of his teammates, simply hasn’t been as good. He has 32 giveaways, on pace for a career most, and his even-strength faceoff win percentage (45.0) is a career low.Simmonds should join Nashville in time for Tuesday night’s game at St. Louis. Granlund’s fiancee was in labor Monday, and Poile said he told Granlund he will see the forward once all is settled with the baby.Fiala, the 11th pick overall in 2014, had been seen as a promising forward. But after a career year last season, Fiala has just 32 points in 64 games and a minus-11 rating this season.Nashville sent a first-round pick to Chicago at the trade deadline a year ago for Hartman, and the Predators signed him to a one-year extension last July. He will be a restricted free agent this summer. Nashville had hoped the 6-foot forward would be more productive after offseason shoulder surgery, only to see him manage just 10 goals and 20 points.“We’re getting a young player with upside that can fit into our room and plays a gritty game,” Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher said.