Daniel Sedin scored the go-ahead power-play goal early in the third period, Roberto Luongo made 31 saves, and the Vancouver Canucks beat the Dallas Stars 3-1 on Saturday.
Sedin took a pass from his brother Henrik in a 1-1 game and flicked a shot toward the crease while Dallas' Mike Modano was serving a high-sticking penalty.
The puck glanced off the skate of Dallas defenseman Trevor Daley and past goalie Marty Turco at 2:38 of the final period for Sedin's 11th goal of the season.
The Sedins were named to the Swedish Olympic team earlier this week.
Ryan Kesler added a second-period goal and Alex Burrows had an empty-netter with 16 seconds remaining for the Canucks, who wrapped up a 4-0-1 trip.
Kesler, named to Team USA on Friday, scored on a wrister from the high slot at 1:30 of the second period.
Loui Eriksson, also a member of the Swedish team, scored his fifth goal in three games for Dallas.
Eriksson registered his second career hat trick in Thursday night's 5-3 victory over Anaheim, and he drew the Stars even at 1 after 37 seconds had elapsed in the final period, jamming a rebound past Luongo for Eriksson's 17th goal of the season.
Turco stopped 24 shots as the Stars had a two-game winning streak snapped. Dallas hasn't won three in a row this season.
Dallas' Brenden Morrow thought he'd tied it at 1 on a power play at 18:51 of the second period when the puck went in off his right skate during a pileup in front of the net.
Luongo protested, and the play went to video review. After a delay of about five minutes, officials ruled that Morrow had used a kicking motion to propel the puck into the net.
Luongo preserved the win with a point-blank stop of Eriksson with about 30 seconds left and a tough save off a close-in attempt by Modano with a little over 6 minutes remaining.
NOTES: The Stars played their 41st game to reach the midway point of the season. The Canucks played their 42nd. ... Vancouver is adjusting its defense after the loss of Kevin Bieksa, expected to miss about three months due to a deep skate cut above his left ankle sustained in a game at Phoenix on Tuesday night. Bieksa, who had played in Vancouver's first 40 games, had surgery Thursday to repair tendon damage. ... RW Pavol Demitra (shoulder) and C Ryan Johnson (foot) are also out for the Canucks.