The Tampa Bay Lightning are gaining momentum. The Phoenix Coyotes are in search of some.
The Lightning look to win back-to-back road games for the first time this season by continuing their success against the Coyotes at Jobing.com Arena on Saturday night.
Tampa Bay (19-23-4) followed Tuesday's 5-3 win over defending Stanley Cup champion Boston with a 2-1 victory at Dallas on Friday, snapping a six-game skid on the road. Those wins came after a season-high seven-game losing streak.
"It's two good wins," right wing Teddy Purcell said. "It was a big emotional win to beat the Bruins. We wanted to put a streak together and came out strong."
Purcell is giving Tampa Bay some offensive punch beyond Steven Stamkos, scoring four times in five games with two goals coming against the Stars.
Purcell ranks third on the team with 11 goals, trailing Stamkos' NHL-leading 31 and captain Vincent Lecavalier's 18.
Martin St. Louis set up both of Purcell's g...