Dean Sylvester scored the tying goal with 4:55 remaining in the third period as the Atlanta Thrashers played to a 1-1 draw with the Vancouver Canucks on Friday night.
Sylvester scored his first goal of the season when his 30-foot blast trickled through Vancouver goalie Felix Potvin's pads.
Sylvester had earlier been robbed by Potvin on a rebound attempt.
Henrik Sedin opened the scoring for Vancouver with his fourth goal of the season and second in as many games.
Trent Klatt, who stripped Thrashers defenceman Adam Burt of the puck at the Vancouver blue-line, fanned on his shot but had the presence of mind to backhand a pass to the trailing Sedin, who slid the puck under goalie Damien Rhodes.
The draw left Vancouver (6-2-2-1) unbeaten in three games and three points behind the idle Colorado Avalanche, the undefeated Western Conference leaders.
The Thrashers (1-3-4-0) are unbeaten in their last three games, with a win and two ties.
Both goalies were sharp, as Rhodes finished with 26 saves while Potvin made 23 stops.
The Canucks' blue-line corps was further depleted when Adrian Aucoin suffered a first-period groin injury.
Ed Jovanovski has a sore rib muscle but is expected back for Wednesday's home date with the Colorado Avalanche.
Thrashers right-winger Donald Audette suffered a strained left groin in the third period and did not return.
He is Atlanta's leading scorer, with 14 points in eight games.