After snapping a lengthy home losing streak, the Tampa Bay Lightning will try to keep heading in the right direction with another dominant performance against the Philadelphia Flyers at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.
The Flyers, meanwhile, will seek to build off a hard-fought win and avoid a season high-tying fourth consecutive road defeat Monday night.
Tampa Bay (12-15-1) ended its first five-game home skid in four seasons by keeping Carolina off the scoreboard for most of a 4-1 victory Saturday. The Lightning's bid for their first shutout of the season ended with 13:39 remaining.
"I think every game right now has a sense of urgency," said center Nate Thompson, who scored his sixth goal. "I thought we played a pretty complete game tonight. We've got to build off it. We've got a pretty good team coming in on Monday."
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