One unorthodox overtime goal deserves another.

Ryan Getzlaf scored unassisted with 5.2 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Anaheim Ducks a 1-0 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Friday night at Honda Center.

Getzlaf came down the left wing and fired a shot at Lightning goalie Ben Bishop. The puck bounced off the Tampa Bay goalie and landed near the goal line before forward Richard Panik inadvertently helped swipe it across the line.

Jonas Hiller made 31 saves to help Anaheim snap a five-game winless streak (0-3-2). He played after expected starter Viktor Fasth sustained a lower-body injury in pregame warm-ups, according to the team, and was not on the bench during the game.

The win came after the Ducks blew a late lead against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday and lost on a fluke overtime own goal by defenseman Ben Lovejoy.

Tampa Bay didn't win a game on its four-game road trip, all against Pacific Division opponents.

Hiller, who allowed five goals in a Nov.14 loss to Tampa Bay, got into a good goaltending duel with Bishop in a game that saw a combined nine power plays. The Lightning's power play hasn't been the same without Steven Stamkos, who is recovering from surgery on his broken right tibia, but it generated chances in the second period while Hiller held his ground.