TAMPA, Fla. — J.T. Miller scored 1:19 into overtime and the New York Rangers beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 on Thursday night.

Miller skated around defenseman Anton Stralman and beat Andrei Vasilevskiy. New York also got a goal from Chris Kreider, and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 27 shots.

Yanni Gourde had a goal and Vasilevskiy made 33 saves for the Lightning. Vasilevskiy had won nine consecutive decisions.

Kreider opened the scoring during a three-on-one at 18:34 of the first.

Gourde tied it at 1 with a short-handed goal off a nifty pass through the slot by Victor Hedman 11 minutes into the second.

Vasilevskiy stopped Kevin Shattenkirk’s breakaway shot and made a stick save on Jesper Fast’s in-close rebound after Michael Grabner’s shot hit the post in the first. He also made several strong saves in the third following Tampa Bay turnovers.

Lundqvist turned aside Steven Stamkos’ left-circle power-play shot during the first and Stamkos’ in-close backhander early on in the second.

Stamkos, playing in his 600th NHL game, was held pointless for just the second time in 14 games.

WILD 6, CANADIENS 3: Matt Cullen scored his first goal of the season on his 41st birthday and added an assist during a three-goal first period as Minnesota won at home.

Matt Dumba and Tyler Ennis also scored to send struggling Canadiens goalie Carey Price into the first intermission with a 3-0 deficit. Ryan Suter chipped in a second-period goal , and Jared Spurgeon scored on a power play for more insurance in the first minute of the third.

Mikko Koivu and Mikael Granlund each had two assists and Marcus Foligno added an empty-net goal for the Wild, who have won six straight games against the Canadiens while outscoring them 25-9.

Brendan Gallagher scored twice and Andrew Shaw had one of two third-period goals for the Canadiens, who totaled 13 goals over their previous two games but still entered the night with the fourth-fewest goals per game (2.5) in the NHL.

CAPITALS 4, ISLANDERS 3: Lars Eller scored two goals, including the winner, and had an assist to help Washington win at home.

SENATORS 3, RED WINGS 1: Mark Stone had a goal and an assist, and Craig Anderson made 24 saves as Ottawa won at home.

BLUE JACKETS 7, PANTHERS 3: Oliver Bjorkstrand and Josh Anderson each scored twice as Columbus won at Sunrise, Florida.

JETS 5, STARS 2: Mark Scheifele had a hat trick, Patrik Laine scored his first goal in five games and host Winnipeg extended its points streak to six games.

FLYERS 2, BLUES 0: Michal Neuvirth made 33 saves and Brandon Manning broke a scoreless tie with a second-period goal to lead Philadelphia at St. Louis.

Claude Giroux added an empty-net goal with 5.4 seconds left in Philadelphia’s first shutout of the season.