Tampa Bay continues to be a road strong, even against a streaking team at home.

Valtteri Filppula, Teddy Purcell and Alex Killorn all had a goal and an assist for Tampa Bay as the Lightning beat Philadelphia 6-3. Marty St. Louis scored for the third time in three games to reach the 20-goal mark for the 10th time in the past 11 seasons. Ryan Malone scored twice for Tampa Bay, which snapped Philadelphia’s 10-game home winning streak.

Former Flyer Matt Carle picked up two assists and was a plus-6 on the day.

Anders Lindback finished with 35 saves as the Lightning won for the seventh time in the past eight road games while improving to 10-2-1 against the Flyers in the past 13 meetings.

Jakub Voracek scored twice for Philadelphia while Claude Giroux had a pair of assists. Steve Mason allowed five goals on 17 shots before being pulled after the second period for Ray Emery.

Killorn put Tampa Bay in front early in the game, picking off a pass from Flyers defenseman Nicklas Grossman up the middle of the ice. As Killorn cut into the Flyers’ zone, he stepped around Mark Streit before firing a shot that deflected off Streit’s stick and knuckled past Mason for a 1-0 Lightning lead 4:33 into the game.

But from that point on, it was all Flyers in the first period with Lindback keeping Tampa Bay in front, first with a glove save on Claude Giroux at 10:56 and the forcing a Tye McGinn breakaway shot off the crossbar and out of play at 12:22. Philadelphia then seized the momentum with 1:46 of a 5-on-3 power play chance after Victor Hedman sent a puck from his own end all the way down the ice and into the netting above the far boards.

Lindback, however, was strong coming up with five saves during the two-man advantage for Philadelphia to help kill off the penalties. Lindback was able to keep the lead intact heading to the first intermission stopping Wayne Simmonds in front with 18.2 seconds left.

The second period, however, saw the floodgates open up on both sides as the teams combined to score seven goals.

Purcell scored his first in 10 games with a bad angle wrist shot from the right circle that found squeezed between Mason’s legs at 5:21 to give Tampa Bay a 2-0 lead. Philadelphia answered that when Hedman’s back pass inside the offensive zone was put on the stick of Giroux who sprung Voracek for a breakaway which he converted through Lindback’s legs at 6:44. But the Lightning answered that 44 seconds later when Nate Thompson fed Malone during a 2-on-1 to regain the two-goal lead at 7:28.