Zack Stortini scored his third goal of the season and had two fights as the Edmonton Oilers beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2 on Wednesday night.

Stortini won a battle behind the net for the puck, moved toward the slot and scored to give Edmonton a 3-2 lead at 11:07 of the second period. He fought Zenon Konopka late in the first and again during the second.

Edmonton also got goals from Tom Gilbert and Dustin Penner. The Oilers have won four straight on the road for the first time since Nov. 14 to Dec. 8, 2005.

Martin St. Louis and Victor Hedman scored for the Lightning, who have lost six of seven. Left wing Ryan Malone (lower body) and center Steven Stamkos (upper body), Tampa Bay's top two goal scorers this season, left with injuries.

After the Oilers went ahead 2-1 on Penner's goal at 6:31 of the second, Hedman got the equalizer 63 seconds later.

St. Louis put the Lightning up 1-0 from the right circle off a pass through the slot by Vincent Lecavalier during a 2-on-1 at 1:08 of the first. St. Louis had no goals in his previous nine games.

Gilbert tied it with 8:39 left in the first. It was his second goal this season and first in 14 games.

NOTES: Stamkos (17) and Malone (16) have combined for 33 goals. ... Edmonton D Denis Grebeshkov (knee) missed his 12th straight game but could return soon. ... The Lightning play their next six games on the road. ... The Oilers assigned D Dean Arsene to Springfield of the AHL.

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