Craig Anderson made 24 saves for his first shutout of the season and Gregory Campbell had two goals and one assist in the Florida Panthers' 4-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Wednesday night.
Bryan McCabe and Nathan Horton also scored, and Jay Bouwmeester had two assists.
The Panthers have won two straight following a six-game losing streak.
Mike Smith made 27 saves for Tampa Bay.
With the loss, the Lightning closed out a five-game trip with a 1-3-1 record.
Anderson, making his second consecutive start in place of regular starter Tomas Vokoun, had his fifth NHL shutout.
Anderson got a break when Radim Vrbata's wrist shot from a sharp angle in the second period bounced off the post.
Anderson faced only four shots in the first period, but two of them were one-timers from close range.
Florida came in with the worst power play in the NHL, but scored twice in four chances in the second period.
Horton extended Florida's lead 1:28 into the period after he stopped Mike Lundin's clearing attempt along the boards.
Horton skated toward the centre of the ice and beat Smith with a wrist shot to the blocker side.
Campbell scored at 10:25 when he tipped Bouwmeester's wrist shot from the point.
Campbell added his second goal of the game and of the season at 16:28 of the third when he put home his own rebound.
McCabe, who missed 10 games earlier this season because of a back injury, opened the scoring at 16:32 of the first period with his first goal in a Florida uniform.
After Stephen Weiss' pass was deflected toward the blue-line, McCabe blasted a slapshot over Smith's left shoulder.