The Tampa Bay Lightning resemble rubberized teflon - they bounce back from just about everything while having very little stick with them.

Coming off two subpar performances at home, Tampa Bay rebounded for an impressive 4-2 victory in Vancouver to start a stretch of seven out of eight games on the road in the next two weeks.

Valtteri Filppula and Alex Killorn each had a goal and an assist while Tyler Johnson and Nikita Kucherov also scored for Tampa Bay, which earned just a second victory all-time in 13 games in Vancouver, improving to 2-8-3.

Tampa Bay also ended a two-game winless streak coming out of the Christmas break and improved to 8-2-3 in its last 13 games.

Ben Bishop finished with 28 saves for his 21st victory of the season while allowing two or fewer goals in his seventh consecutive start, which came a few hours after learning he was left off the United States Olympic roster.

“This is a pretty big win for us. We were not happy with our last two games in Tampa,’’ Bishop said. “So to come on the road, in a tough building against a good team and get two points, that’s big for us.’’

The Lightning won a season-best fourth consecutive game on the road and improved to 9-3-2 against Western Conference opponents.

“We just didn’t play a full 60 minutes (in the previous two games), but I thought tonight we answered all night,’’ Lightning head coach Jon Cooper said. “I thought we played a solid road game. We were able to regain the lead and then hang on to it. And if you want to be able to make the playoffs you have to be able to find ways to win on the road and hold leads in the third period.’’

Brad Richardson and Zac Dalpe scored for Vancouver while Eddie Lack finished with 29 saves.

After an uneventful opening 20 minutes, the game went back and forth during a second period in which five goals were scored, including three in a 34-second span.

Vancouver missed a chance to open the scoring when Dale Weise was in alone but Bishop closed the 5-hole just enough to steer the puck wide and Tom Sestito’s rebound chance went wide at 6:45. But the Canucks eventually grabbed the lead when Richardson was open down the left wing side and beat Bishop with a short-side wrist shot at 11:25.