Nick Foligno scored 15:33 into the third period, Zack Smith added two goals, and the Ottawa Senators extended Tampa Bay's losing streak to four games with a 4-2 win over the Lightning on Monday night.
Daniel Alfredsson scored his sixth goal - the 395th of his NHL career - at 8:58 to tie it at 2. The Ottawa captain also earned an assist when Foligno gave the Senators a 3-2 lead, coming out from behind the net to tuck the puck past goalie Dwayne Roloson
Smith, who scored late in the second to tie it at 1, made it a two-goal lead when he scored his eighth goal at 16:19.
Craig Anderson, who stopped 30 shots, tied a career high with his third assist of the season on Alfredsson's goal.
Martin St. Louis and Bruno Gervais scored for Tampa Bay, which began a four-game trip. Steven Stamkos assisted on both goals.