TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 20 (UPI) -- Ben Clymer's power-play goal with 2:01 remaining snapped a tie and helped the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 3-2 victory Tuesday night over the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim.
With Mike LeClerc serving a two-minute penalty for hooking, Vaclav Prospal stood between the faceoff circles and faked a shot before passing to Clymer on the left side.
Clymer beat Steve Shields with a one-timer for his sixth goal. He has 11 points this season, recording three goals and three assists on the power play.
Clymer helped the Lightning tie the game at 2-2 on a power play 10:55 into the second when he took a pass off a faceoff from Prospal at the top of the right circle.
Clymer's initial shot was blocked, but he got to the deflection and hit the right goalpost. Standing in front of the crease, Prospal put the puck past Shields for his sixth goal.
The victory was Tampa Bay's third in the last five games, all at home. Anaheim is winless in its last seven contests (0-5-2) and has dropped four straight.