GREENSBORO, N. Filipe Luis Jersey .C. -- Not many players birdied the tricky final hole at the Wyndham Championship on Saturday. Nick Watney did to top leaderboard. Watney made a 20-foot birdie putt from the right edge of the green on the par-4 18th for a 5-undee 65 and a one-stroke lead. The five-time PGA Tour winner had a 14-under 196 total with only one bogey through three trips around Sedgefield Country Club. "Ive been trying to keep it pretty simple -- a lot of fairways and greens, and Ive been able to do that so far," Watney said. "Im super excited about going into tomorrow with the lead. ... Im looking forward to everything that comes with it, all the emotions and wanting to do well and whatnot. Learning how to handle that is a big thing, and Im looking forward to the challenge." Brad Fritsch, from Ottawa, was second after a 65. Freddie Jacobson and second-round co-leader Heath Slocum were 12 under. Jacobson shot a 66, and Slocum had a 68. Former Wyndham winners Brandt Snedeker and Webb Simpson joined second-round co-leader Scott Langley at 11 under in the final event of the PGA Tours regular season. Snedeker and Simpson shot 66, and Langley had a 69. Fritsch was the first to 13 under, but Watney joined him with a birdie on the par-5 15th -- his second of the week on that hole. Then came the sequence that gave him sole possession of the lead, and it came on the second-toughest hole of the day. Watney plopped his fairway shot from 180 yards onto the right edge of the green, then calmly rolled in his putt for just the fifth birdie of the day on 18. "Its a hard hole as it is, and they put the pin on that back right little knob," Watney said. "Its a bonus and Im very happy with it." That put him in great position for his second top-10 finish of the year and his first victory since he won The Barclays in 2012. Fritsch -- a Canadian who played college golf at Campbell and lives in the Raleigh suburb of Holly Springs -- said he asked the officials at the first tee to announce him as a North Carolinian. "Just so people would know (and) get a little focus off Webb and a little onto me," Fritsch said with a laugh. He made it to 13 under when he birdied the par-3 16th after placing his tee shot about 15 feet from the flagstick. Fritsch, who is playing his second full season on the PGA Tour, put himself in position to challenge for his first victory on tour and his third top-10 finish. Hes also got a shot at making the post-season after arriving at Sedgefield at No. 163. The top 125 qualify for The Barclays next week in New Jersey. He came to this tournament last year at No. 128 last year but missed the cut -- and the playoffs. "Cant tell you specifically what I found," Fritsch said. "Staying patient and not freaking out over a bogey, not freaking out over a missed fairway and not getting too aggressive -- I think just that, really." Andres Romero had the days best round, a 64, and Kevin Foley and David Toms each had holes-in-one. Foley aced the par-3 12th with a 5-iron a few minutes before Toms did it on the par-3 seventh. But so far, the story at Sedgefield has been its tight leaderboard. Thirteen players were within three strokes of the lead. "I assume that when I tee off, I probably wont be in the lead or tied for the lead," Watney said. "So its not like Im protecting anything tomorrow. Just more (of) the same." When the second-round co-leaders finally teed off midway through the afternoon, four other players had already joined them atop the field at 10 under. And by the time the Slocum-Langley pairing had finished its 10th hole, there were five players -- including those two -- sharing the lead at 12 under. 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Lecavalier scored on a deke on Philadelphias first attempt and three Vancouver shooters could not beat Mason as the Flyers (19-16-4) posted their third straight win and sixth in eight games. The Canucks (23-11-7) suffered only their third loss in the past eight games. But more significantly, Vancouver missed a chance to move into a tie for fifth place in the Western Conference after the Kings lost earlier Monday to Chicago. "I thought we played good to get a point, but it pisses me off we dont get two," said Vancouver coach John Tortorella. The Flyers have not lost in Vancouver in nearly 14 years, with their last setback coming Dec. 31, 1989, but they were in danger of suffering another loss here for most of the game. Mark Streit, Claude Giroux and Brayden Schenn also scored for the Flyers. Giroux also had an assist and further bolstered his chances of playing for Canadas Olympic team as he extended his point streak to nine games. Brayden Schenn forced overtime and the shootout as he scored in the final minute of the third period after Daniel Sedin put the Canucks ahead with less than three minutes remaining. Schenn made up for a miscue by his older brother Luke, who inadvertently put the puck into his own net after Mason got his blocker on Daniel Sedins long shot from near the blue-line. "I guess (there was) a little brotherly love there," said Mason. "Luke was just trying to get back to the net there and I was putting my rebound where I wanted to and just an unfortunate bounce, things like that happen. (Its) just unfortunate it put us in that position." Tom Sestito and Jannik Hansen had Vancouvers other goals. Hansen was less than pleased after the Canucks lost despite outshooting the Flyers 44-27. "This game had no business going into overtime," said Hansen. "We should have closed this out quite earlier. a We need to score on our chances. Its not because we dont have them. We had quality opportunities in the third and even in overtime to get it done before the shootout." Mason, who recorded 42 saves, now has matched the 16 wins he produced with Columbus in 2011-12, when a full campaign was last played. Vancouver counterpart Eddie Lack, making his second consecutive start and third appearance in place of injured No. 1 netminder Roberto Luongo, finished with 25 saves. Tortorella was pleased thhat his club earned three of a possible four points in back-to-back games after earning a win the night before in Calgary. Oscar Jersey. But he was angry that his team failed to control a key face-off prior to Brayden Schenns tying goal. "The mistake on the face-off, thats aggravating," said Tortorella. "Thats what keeps you out of playoffs, plays like that, the details, the face-offs. I thought we played our ass off back-to-back. We created a tremendous amount of scoring chances, but you kick yourself in the teeth for the lack of detail on the face-off." Vancouver could not score on its four power plays while Philadelphia was blanked on its three. The Flyers led 1-0 after the first period and the clubs were tied 2-2 following the second. Streit opened the scoring at 15:24 of the first period, putting in a backhand shot as the puck came to him after Canucks defenceman Dan Hamhuis denied Michael Raffl on a wraparound attempt. Sestito, a fourth-liner wanted mostly for his toughness, forged a 1-1 tie at 4:24 of the second period as he put in a Hamhuis rebound. With just under five minutes left in the second, Lack took a Wayne Simmonds shot to the mask. Despite losing his headgear on the play, Lack came up smiling and showed no ill effects. Less than a minute later, Hansen put the Canucks ahead 2-1 as he completed a nifty give-and-go with Daniel Sedin and tapped the puck into an open net. But Giroux pulled the Flyers even about two minutes later as took a lead pass from Raffl, fought his way up the middle through Hamhuis and Chris Tanev, and flicked the puck behind Lack from in close. Masons late stellar stops included denying Daniel Sedin on a breakaway early in the third and Ryan Kesler twice in the final minute of overtime. "Same story as the start of the year," said Giroux. "He kept us in the games and now to kind of get a win for him, its huge." Notes: Luongo worked out with Canucks goaltending coach Roland Melanson during a morning skate that involved a few players, including injured defenceman Alex Edler (undisclosed). a Simmonds was denied a chance to become the first Flyer to score multiple goals in four consecutive games in the 46-season history of the Philadelphia franchise. 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