TAMPA, Fla. — Andrei Vasilevskiy made 33 saves, Braydon Coburn and Ryan Callahan both had two assists during a three-goal second period, and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat Boston 4-0 Tuesday night to move into a tie for the Atlantic Division lead with the Bruins.

Brayden Point, Victor Hedman, Chris Kunitz and J.T. Miller scored for the Lightning, who had lost 4 of 5.

The Lightning and Bruins each have 110 points. The Bruins have three games left (Thursday at Florida and home Saturday against Ottawa and Sunday against Florida). The Lightning have two games left (Friday at home against Buffalo and Sunday at Carolina).

Tampa Bay played without star center Steven Stamkos, who left Sunday’s game against Nashville in the second period with a lower-body injury. It hasn’t been announced if Stamkos will play in either of the Lightning’s final two regular-season games.

Tuukka Rask stopped 32 shots for the Bruins, who had gone 5-0-4 over their previous nine games.

Vasilevskiy stopped a breakaway shot by David Pastrnak in the second, a period that saw Point, Hedman and Kunitz all have goals as the Lightning took a 3-0 lead. Tampa Bay has outscored its opponents 109-72 during the second this season.

It was Vasilevskiy’s eighth shutout this season and first win (1-4-1) in six games against Boston.

Miller scored during a two-on-one break early in the third.

Boston won 3 of 4 in the season series.

NOTES

Bruins defenseman Brandon Carlo, hurt in Saturday’s game against Florida, will have surgery this week for a fractured left ankle. Recovery time is 3 to 4 months.

Boston defenseman Charlie McAvoy returned after sitting out 15 games because of a strained left knee.

Bruins left wing Rick Nash (upper-body injury) skated in Boston.

Boston center Tommy Wingels, slashed on the hand in Sunday’s game at Philadelphia, didn’t play.