Pearson scores in shootout, Canucks beat Flyers 3-2
"I don't have a go-to move," he said after the game. "I just try to find some net and shoot it there. So luckily that one went in."
Hart, who stopped 24 shots in the losing effort, said he read the shot "the whole way" but made a small and costly mistake.
"I felt like I had it but my stick was a little bit off the ice and it just grazed the bottom of my stick, so I have to make sure I keep my stick on the ice," Hart said.
Brock Boeser and Pearson scored for the Canucks in regulation, and Chris Tanev added a pair of assists.
"I think it's just a result of our line playing well, getting pucks deep, going east-west, getting pucks to the net and driving there," Boeser said. "So we've just got to keep doing that," the right-winger said.
Despite the score in regulation, Hart said most of his work came in extra time.
"They came on in overtime, so it's important you make sure you stay into the game, whether that's little things throughout the game or looking at which way a guy shoots, or who is on the ice, making sure you keep your mind ready," Hart said.
The loss was Philadelphia's first of the season.
"Teams push in this league when they're down. And I think young teams, young players, that's a learning experience when you have the lead and you're getting pushed on and leaned on. We'll learn from it," Canucks coach Travis Green said.
"I like that we found a way to win a hockey game. The first two periods were a bit of a chess match. I thought both teams were working hard and fighting for space on the ice."
Jacob Markstrom had 29 saves for Vancouver.
"They started slinging pucks to the net (in the third)," Pearson said. "That top line was just throwing everything there, trying to create something. We had to be on our toes but we know we could probably catch some sheen a bit, too."
The Canucks got on the board just over five minutes in after J.T. Miller picked off the puck behind the Flyers' net. He got it up to Tanev at the blue line and the veteran defenseman fired off a long shot.
Hart made the save but Boeser was there to grab the rebound. His slap shot beat Hart and put Vancouver up 1-0.
The Flyers got the equalizer 3:14 into the second frame.
Justin Braun sent a cross-ice pass to Twarnyski alone in the Canucks' end. The left-winger streaked toward Vancouver's net, sending a shot past Markstrom on the stick side. Braun and Travis Sanheim earned assists.
The Canucks bounced back just over a minute later when Tanev collected the puck near the blue line and sent down a long shot. Pearson deflected it in from down low.
Philly came out strong in the third, peppering Markstrom with a barrage of shots.
One attempt by James van Riemsdyk looked promising, skimming through the crease before Markstrom, flat on his belly, got a piece of it with his glove and directed the puck out of harm's way.
The Flyers outshot the Canucks 9-1 in the first five minutes of the third.
Lindbolm scored Philly's second goal of night on the power play at 14:58 into the frame after Vancouver defenseman Jordie Benn was called for interference.
It was the first power-play goal the Canucks have given up this season.
"After the second we were a little frustrated with how we were playing and knew we could play better but there was no panic, we didn't change our game, we kept the game plan and it was a big goal to tie it up," said Flyers right-winger Claude Giroux.
Sanheim rang a shot off the post with about 50 seconds left, but the Flyers couldn't avoid extra time.
Horvat couldn't burry the puck on the ensuing shot, but Couturier was called for throwing his stick, giving the Canucks a man advantage.
Vancouver still couldn't score, forcing the shootout.
NOTES: The Canucks had 13 giveaways in the contest, compared to just four from Philly. ... Boeser's goal was his first of the year. The right-winger had 26 goals and 30 assists in 69 outings last season.
Flyers: At Calgary Flames on Tuesday.
Canucks: Host Detroit Red Wings Tuesday.