TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Niclas Havelid started a big week in grand fashion.
Havelid and Petr Sykora scored late second-period goals as the Anaheim
Mighty Ducks snapped a 13-game road winless streak by beating the Tampa Bay
Lightning 2-0 Monday night.
"It was a good team win," Havelid said. "Now we have to look forward."
Havelid is also looking forward to the birth of twins later this week.
"I had no trouble concentrating," said Havelid, who is flying home
Tuesday. "Everything's good at home."
Jean-Sebastien Giguere made 31 saves for the Mighty Ducks. Stanislav Chistov
had two assists.
Anaheim had lost six straight on the road and gone 0-8-2-3 away from home
since winning at Washington on Oct. 29. The Mighty Ducks' road record improved
Giguere withstood Tampa Bay's furious comeback attempt in the third period,
making a number of strong saves. He stopped two slot shots by Martin St. Louis
and an in-close chance by Vincent Lecavalier.
"He did a good job controlling the rebounds," Lightning defenseman Cory
Sarich said. "He played a heck of a game."
It was Giguere's first road victory of the season (1-8-1) and his second
"The road hasn't been very friendly to any of us," Giguere said.
Tampa Bay has won just four times in 18 games (4-11-3).
"Obviously we're frustrated and disappointed," Lightning coach John
Tortorella said. "It's something we can't dwell on. We have to try and get
Havelid scored his first goal in 25 games from the high slot at 14:34 of the
second. Sykora, who assisted on Havelid's goal, made it 2-0 from the slot at
"I don't know if I've started a trend or something," said Sykora, who took
the team out to dinner Sunday night. "Whatever it takes to win, that's what