After Jarnkok connected it 4:45 into the second, the Canucks got control with three straight power-play objectives. The five power-play goals allowed by Nashville connected a franchise record.
In the Nov. 12 matchup between the teams in Vancouver, the Canucks scored on all three of their power-play opportunities
Rinne was raised after the 2nd duration. He has been pulled in three of his last four starts.
Bo Horvat scored among Vancouver's 5 power-play objectives, and the Canucks beat the Nashville Predators 6-3 on Thursday night to stop a three-game slide.
The Canucks went 5 for 6 with the male advantage. Elias Pettersson had a goal and two helps, and Tyler Graovac, J.T. Miller and Brock Boeser likewise scored power-play objectives before Tanner Pearson made it 6-3 with a short-handed objective with 2:02 remaining.
Nashville dropped its sixth successive game. Ryan Johansen, Calle Jarnkrok and Matt Duchene scored for the Predators, and Pekka Rinne made 12 conserves on 17 shots prior to he was changed by Juuse Saros.
Johansen got the lead for the Predators 8:07 into the very first duration. It was Johansen's very first objective given that Oct. 16.
From near the Nashville bench, Roman Josi sent out a cross-ice pass to Johansen on the best side, sending him in on a breakaway. As he skated through the low slot, Johansen shifted to his backhand and lifted the puck over a sprawling Jacob Markstrom.
Markstrom ended up with 43 conserves.
The Canucks reacted with power-play objectives by Pettersson and Graovac two minutes apart late in the first.