(AP) -- After earning their first win on a five-game trip, the Tampa Bay Lightning will try to keep their momentum going as they face the slumping New Jersey Devils.
The Lightning, though, have only one victory in their last four matchups and have often come out on the wrong end in recent road games in the series. They'll try to change that while sending New Jersey to its longest skid in 14 months Friday night.
Tampa Bay (20-10-3) had dropped four of five and opened its trip with back-to-back defeats before a 3-1 victory over Philadelphia on Tuesday. Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 23 shots in his NHL debut, and Steven Stamkos scored his first goal in four games.