The Tampa Bay Lightning had their five-game road winning streak end Sunday, but it might not be the most notable loss of the night.

Edmonton scored twice in the third period to break a tie en route to a 5-3 victory in front of an announced crowd of 16,839 at Rexall Place, ending Tampa Bay's longest road winning streak in more than five years.

Victor Hedman, Nikita Kucherov and Valtteri Filppula scored for the Lightning, while Edmonton got two goals from Jordan Eberle as well as goals from Boyd Gordon, Luke Gadzic and Taylor Hall. Ilya Bryzgalov stopped 24 shots for the win.

But of greater concern for the Lightning is the health of top goaltender Ben Bishop, who left the game less than five minutes in with an apparent injury to his right hand or arm. The Lightning will hold their collective breath awaiting word as to the seriousness of Bishop's injury.

With Tampa Bay ahead 1-0 on a power-play goal from Kucherov, replays appeared to show Bishop injuring himself as Eberle came cutting across the top of the crease and possibly twisting Bishop's right arm. Moments later, Eberle scored his first of the night to tie it at 4:18.

During the stoppage of play, Bishop skated over to the Lightning bench to talk to head medical trainer Tom Mulligan while trying to take off the blocker glove on his right hand.

After a short conversation and unable to remove the glove, Bishop skated off the ice and to the Lightning locker room after facing just the one shot on goal. He was replaced by Lindback, who allowed four goals on 25 shots to take the loss.

Edmonton television reported that Bishop went for X-rays, but Tampa Bay general manager Steve Yzerman said he was unaware if X-rays were required. Officially, the team said Bishop suffered an upper-body injury and will be re-evaluated today, though no further testing is expected to be required.