VANCOUVER, British Columbia - The Flyers' road woes continued Tuesday night in Vancouver, and once again they failed to give goalie Steve Mason much offensive support.
(31 saves) played well but fell to 1-11-6 on the road.
The Flyers have scored two or fewer goals in 16 of the goalie's 18 road games.
Burrows beat Mason
from the right circle - ending a 10-game goal-scoring drought - with 13 minutes, 16 seconds remaining, putting the Canucks ahead, 2-1.
Seventeen seconds later, he
scored on a rebound, his
14th goal of the season.
"I needed to make the save there," said Mason
of Burrows' first goal, which appeared to deflect off a Flyers defenseman and go through the goalie's legs.
Vancouver knotted the score with 5:32 left in the second, taking advantage of a Vinny Lecavalier turnover and getting the equalizer from Alexander Edler after a scramble in front of Mason