TAMPA, Fla. - Pascal Dupuis and Sergei Gonchar scored in a 2:57 span in the third period, and Marc-Andre Fleury made 21 saves to help the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 on Sunday.
Gonchar scored the winning goal on a power at 5:17, blasting a slapshot past Antero Niittymaki from just inside the blue-line.
Lightning centre Vincent Lecavalier opened the scoring with his fifth goal in six games at 8:09 of the second period. Todd Fedoruk carried the puck behind the Pittsburgh net and fed the Lightning captain, skating in on Fleury.
Dupuis tied it with a wrist shot 2:20 into the third, capping a series of shots that had Niittymaki turned around.
Fleury made a dazzling save on Lecavalier's slap shot during a Tampa Bay power play with 2:22 left to protect the lead.
Niittymaki finished with 37 saves.
NOTES: Seven players in the game were first or second overall selections in the NHL draft. The list includes Lecavalier, D Victor Hedman and C Steven Stamkos of Tampa Bay, and C Sidney Crosby, Fleury, C Evgeni Malkin and C Jordan Staal of Pittsburgh. ... C Zenon Konopka (back), LW Ryan Malone (upper body) and D Matthias Ohlund (leg) were sidelined for Tampa Bay. RW Eric Godard (groin) sat out for Pittsburgh along with healthy scratches Alex Goligoski and Maxime Talbot.