Many stumbling blocks cropped up for the Lightning during a two-week slide down the standings.

Through it all, however, the focus and commitment never wavered in the face of adversity.

That was evident Saturday as some of the same issues that plagued Tampa Bay through a six-game winless streak were once again on full display — costly turnovers, poor decisions and questionable goals against.

Despite a familiar formula and staring at another disappointing setback, the Lightning mounted an improbable comeback to pick up a 6-5 overtime victory against Florida in front of an announced crowd of 17,009 at the BB&T Center for Tampa Bay’s first victory since Feb. 1.

Benoit Pouliot scored his second goal of the game 1:19 into overtime to complete the comeback from down two goals in the third period. That was made possible with Teddy Purcell’s game-tying goal with 10.4 seconds remaining in regulation.

“It’s great. We are fighting for points after being on a long losing streak, so to be able to contribute and help get the point and then give us a chance in overtime was a good feeling,’’ Purcell said.