The Tampa Bay Lighting played better Saturday night, but it still lost.
This time, the Bolts fell 3-2 in a shootout against the Edmonton Oilers.
Tampa Bay, which has now lost nine of its last 11, took a 2-1 lead in the second period on goals by Jonathan Drouin and Tyler Johnson. But the Oilers tied the game on a goal by Leon Draisaitl with 13 minutes to play in regulation. It was Drouin’s fourth goal in six games, but it was Johnson’s first since Dec. 1.
The Oilers scored twice in the shootout, once by Mark Letestu and the winner by Connor McDavid. Drouin scored for the Bolts.
Ben Bishop is now 9-11.
The Lightning is home on Tuesday night against the Detroit Red Wings.