The Calgary Flames used a three-goal second period and two quick goals in the third to pace themselves to a 5-2 pre-season win over the Florida Panthers at the Pengrowth Saddledome on Sunday.
Theo Fleury continued his bid for an improbable comeback by scoring the final goal after drawing an assist earlier in the game.
Curtis Glencross had a goal and three assists while Jarome Iginla notched a goal and an assist.
Glencross notched a power-play goal for the Flames 4:15 into the middle frame to erase David Booth's first period goal.
Iginla scored the go-ahead marker four minutes later and Daymond Langkow added another before the end of the period.
Stephen Weiss replied 48 seconds into the third for the Panthers (2-3) but goals scored 25-seconds apart midway through the period by Olli Jokinen and Fleury carried the Flames (2-2) to the win.
Jokinen finished with a goal and two assists.
Vokoun stopped 31 shots while Miikka Kiprusoff turned away 11 of 12 in his two periods of action.
The 41-year-old Fleury scored the shootout winner over New York on Thursday in his attempt to return to NHL hockey for the first time since 2002-03.
Tavares hits the scoresheet
Fans at Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon got to witness the first NHL point of John Tavares, albeit a pre-season point and the New York Islanders beat Edmonton 3-1.
Tavares assisted on a 5-on-3 power-play marker from Matt Moulson that put the Isles up 3-0 in the second period. The No. 1 overall NHL draft pick was held without a point in his debut against the Oilers last week.
Tavares had a chance for a goal later in the second all alone on Devan Dubnyk, but the young Edmonton netminder held firm.
Radek Martinek and Josh Bailey also scored for the Islanders, with Patrick O'Sullivan getting the lone Oilers goal.
Martin Biron looked sharp in New York's net, stopping 23 shots. Jeff Tambellini, son of Edmonton general manager Steve Tambellini, drew two assists.
Habs in Quebec City
The Montreal Canadiens were about half a step away from avoiding a 2-1 loss at the hands of the Boston Bruins.
Habs forward Brian Gionta appeared to have tied the game with 4:30 left in the third period at the Quebec Colisee, but officials called the goal back because it was determined the stretch pass Gionta took was offside.
Michael Ryder scored at 4:12 of the opening frame when his shot went off the knee of Montreal defender Ryan O'Byrne and past goalie Jaroslav Halak in the first period. Chuck Kobasew cashed in the second Boston goal off a scrum in front of the Canadiens' net in the second period.
The win puts the Bruins at 3-1 on the pre-season while Montreal drops to 2-2.
Josh Gorges scored for Montreal in the third, off a screen-shot from the point that fooled Boston netminder Tuukka Rask.
Rask made 25 saves for the win while Halak turned away 16 shots.