OTTAWA - Henrik Sedin had a goal and three assists and Alex Burrows added a goal and two assists in the Vancouver Canucks' 5-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night.
Linemate Daniel Sedin, Henrik's identical twin, had a goal and an assist, with his 25th goal 8:35 into the second putting the Canucks up 4-0.
Henrik Sedin got his third assist of the game on the play after contributing his 12th goal and two assists in the first. Burrows, who had a goal and an assist in the first, also assisted on the Vancouver's fourth goal as the Canucks' top line combined for nine points.
Kevin Bieksa and Pavol Demitra also scored and Roberto Luongo stopped 25 shots for Vancouver, which has won three in a row and seven of eight overall.
Dany Heatley and Mike Fisher scored later in the second for Ottawa, which fell in regulation for the first time since a 1-0 loss to Los Angeles on Feb. 3 in head coach Cory Clouston's NHL debut.
"We did a good job once we got down but we just can't afford to start the game like that," Senators centre Jason Spezza said. "Obviously, it was a good sign to see the guys battling and try to chip away at it."
The Senators were without Daniel Alfredsson, who learned earlier in the day that he would be sidelined for at least a week because of a broken jaw.
The Ottawa captain suffered a fracture that won't require surgery when he was hit by a puck shot by Heatley on Tuesday night in a 3-2 overtime loss in Colorado.
The Senators saw a season-high five-game winning streak end Tuesday to finish a 4-0-1 road trip and are 5-2-2 overall under Clouston.
Rookie Brian Elliott made 19 saves in his first start for Ottawa since Saturday in Minnesota, when he was pulled after allowing the first three goals in a game the Senators came back to win 5-3.
Burrows opened the scoring with his 14th goal 3:14 into the game and Henrik Sedin made it 2-0 with his 12th goal at 10:49.
Bieksa scored on a slap shot from the point for a power-play goal at 15:23 that increased the lead to three.
After Daniel Sedin's goal 8:35 into the second made it 4-0, Heatley got his 27th on a power play at 12:37 to put Ottawa on the board.
Fisher drew Ottawa to 4-2 at 16:18 when Senators defenceman Chris Phillips' point shot went in off him while Luongo was knocked into the net after he was bowled over by Canucks blueliner Mattias Ohlund.
Luongo stuck out his left pad to deny Heatley on a breakaway 6:30 into the third.
Demitra scored into an empty net with 11.8 seconds remaining.
Notes: Daniel Sedin leads the Canucks with 58 points, followed by Henrik Sedin with 55. ... C Chris Kelly took Alfredsson's place at right wing alongside Heatley and Spezza on Ottawa's top line ... The Senators are in Montreal on Saturday for a Hockey Day in Canada matinee against the Canadiens (3 p.m., CBC, Team 1200) before beginning an eight-game homestand Tuesday versus the Carolina Hurricanes (7:30 p.m., Rogers Sportsnet, Team 1200).