Daniel Sedin scored twice on the power play as the Canucks take a commanding 2-0 series lead over the San Jose Sharks.
Aaron Rome picked up his first ever playoff goal.
Chris Higgins, Raffi Torres, Kevin Bieksa and Mason Raymond also scored in the 7-3 victory on Wednesday night.
Henrik Sedin and Dan Hamhuis each had three assists in the win.
Canucks had to kill a penalty early after Aaron Rome was called for tripping Joe Pavelski at 1:19 of the first period.
Logan Couture scored on the power play at 2:28 of the first, Dany Heatley and Ian White with the assists.
Sharks moved to a perfect 2-for-2 with the man advantage this series.
Ben Eager nearly made it 2-0 early after hitting the post.
Moments later Eager was sent to the box for roughing along with Raffi Torres with 14:20 left in the first, two minutes of four-on-four hockey.
Daniel Sedin was tripped up twice and the second time it was called against the Sharks—Joe Pavelski headed to the penalty box.
Some great passing by the Twins and the Canucks tied it up at one midway through the first period on the power play. Daniel Sedin scored the goal from Henrik and Dan Hamhuis.
Thirty nine seconds later, Raffi Torres made it 2-1 Canucks with assists from Christian Erhoff and Jannik Hansen.
Daniel Sedin got called for tripping Dany Heatley with 7:41 left in the first.
After a review the Sharks scored another power play goal, their second of the night, to tie it up at two.
Patrick Marleau scored his fifth of the playoffs with Joe Thornton and Dan Boyle getting the assists.
Cody Hodgson had a great chance to get the lead back but was foiled by Anti Niemi.
Scott Nichol limped off the ice and to the dressing room early in the second period after taking a hit from Torres.
A beautiful pass from Chris Higgins onto the stick of Kevin Bieksa and then on the breakaway Bieksa beat Niemi; Canucks 3-2 at 12:05 of the second. Dan Hamhuis also had an assist for his second point of the night.
Roberto Luongo had to be sharp late in the period making three or four huge stops. Then at the other end, Niemi made a massive save off his right pad, a point-blank shot from Alex Edler.
With two minutes left Kevin Bieksa got the better of Patrick Marleau in the first fight of the series. Both received five-minute penalties for fighting.
Twenty eight seconds left Ben Eager hit Daniel Sedin into the boards and was sent off for two minutes.
Canucks began the third period with a 1:32 power play.
Scott Nichol was back on the Sharks bench after leaving in the second with a suspected injury.
Ben Eager got called for tripping at 6:57 as the Canucks went to the man-advantage again.
Chris Higgins made Eager pay for his infraction a minute into the power play to add to the Canucks lead, 4-2., assists from Mason Raymond and Kevin Bieksa.
That completes the Gordie Howe hat-trick for Bieksa.
Vancouver got another power play after San Jose was called for too-many-men.
And with some more stellar passing by the Twins the Canucks go up 5-2 with just over eight minutes left in regulation. Vancouver moved to 3-for-4 with the man advantage.
Aaron Rome joined in on the scoring, his first ever playoff goal, as Vancouver extended its lead 6-2.
Things unraveled for San Jose as they took another penalty late Ryane Clowe for roughing, two minutes and a ten minute major.
With eight seconds left, Ben Eager tried to fight Maxim Lapierre and everyone on the ice picked a partner.
Canucks win 7-3 to take a 2-0 series lead to San Jose.
Game three is from San Jose Friday at 6pm on the Team 1040.