LIGHTNING (13-2-2) at DUCKS (7-6-3)
8 p.m. ET; PRIME, SUN, NHL.TV
The Tampa Bay Lightning will look to extend their road point streak to eight games when they play the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center on Sunday.
The Lightning have at least a point in seven straight road games (6-0-1), tied for the third-longest streak in their history, after wins at the San Jose Sharks (5-1) on Wednesday and the Los Angeles Kings (5-2) on Thursday. Their record is 10 straight from Feb. 5 to March 10, 2004, and from Jan. 5 to Feb. 20, 2008.
The Ducks avoided losing five consecutive games for the first time in two years when they scored three power-play goals in a 4-1 win against the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday. That was their first regulation victory since going 2-for-2 on the power play in a 4-1 victory at Tampa Bay on Oct. 28.
Players to watch
Lightning center Steven Stamkos has 30 points (eight goals, 22 assists), his most through the first 17 games of a season in his NHL career.
Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg has four goals in his past six games after not scoring in his first 10. He scored an NHL career-high 23 goals in 79 games last season.
They said it
"We realize that we've got one more game to really make this a great road trip. There's a ton of confidence in this room." -- Lightning forward Alex Killorn
"They're as good as anybody with the give-and-go and the drop pass and involving their five guys up the ice." -- Ducks coach Randy Carlyle on the Lightning
Lightning projected lineup
Vladislav Namestnikov -- Steven Stamkos -- Nikita Kucherov
Ondrej Palat -- Brayden Point -- Yanni Gourde
Chris Kunitz -- Tyler Johnson -- J.T. Brown
Alex Killorn -- Gabriel Dumont -- Ryan Callahan
Victor Hedman -- Jake Dotchin
Mikhail Sergachev -- Anton Stralman
Braydon Coburn -- Dan Girardi
Scratched: Slater Koekkoek, Andrej Sustr
Injured: Cedric Paquette (undisclosed)
Ducks projected lineup
Rickard Rakell - Derek Grant -- Corey Perry
Andrew Cogliano -- Chris Wagner -- Jakob Silfverberg
Logan Shaw -- Antoine Vermette -- Dennis Rasmussen
Nick Ritchie -- Kalle Kossila -- Kevin Roy
Hampus Lindholm -- Josh Manson
Francois Beauchemin -- Brandon Montour
Kevin Bieksa -- Sami Vatanen
Scratched: Korbinian Holzer, Jaycob Megna
Injured: Ryan Miller (lower body), Ryan Getzlaf (face), Cam Fowler (knee), Patrick Eaves (illness), Ryan Kesler (hip surgery), Jared Boll (lower body), Ondrej Kase (upper body)
Callahan said he'll return to the lineup after missing the win against the Kings. … Gibson is expected to start after leaving a 4-3 overtime loss to the Kings on Tuesday with an upper-body injury and then missing the win against the Canucks.
The Lightning are 3-0-4 in their past seven games at Anaheim. Their last regulation loss here was 4-2 on Dec. 14, 2005. … Rakell has seven points (goal, six assists) in his four-game point streak, the most productive four-game stretch of his NHL career.