Brayden Point scored three power-play goals in 1 minute, 31 seconds — the sixth-fastest three goals in NHL history — as Tampa Bay beat host Pittsburgh 4-3 on Thursday night.
"That's a first for me," Point said. "Guys made good plays and I was able to score."
Bill Mosienko holds the record, scoring three times in 21 seconds for Chicago against New York in 1952. Point's 91-second burst was the first NHL hat trick of his career and the second-fastest three goals since 1967-68.
Pittsburgh took three penalties in 10 seconds in the final minute of the first period. Point's first power-play goal came with 2.7 seconds left in the first period. He scored twice in the first 1:28 of the second period, finishing two one-touch passing sequences with one-timers.
"I thought we moved the puck well," Point said. "Obviously, 5-on-3s are pretty tough to defend."
The Lightning won for the fifth time in seven games.
The Penguins have lost seven of eight following a four-game winning streak.
Pittsburgh committed eight penalties through two periods.
Arizona 2, Nashville 1: Darcy Kuemper made a career-high 44 saves for the host Coyotes against the Western Conference leader. Kuemper, a former Wild goalie, started in place of injured Antti Raanta.
Ottawa 2, Detroit 1: Craig Anderson stopped two third-period penalty shots to help the host Senators win. Anderson stopped 34 shots in his NHL-leading 17th appearance of the season.
New York Islanders 7, New York Rangers 5: Anthony Beauvillier had three goals and an assist, and the host Islanders beat the Rangers for the 12th time in 13 meetings.
Columbus 7, Florida 3: Joonas Korpisalo stopped 38 shots for the Blue Jackets, who are 4-0-2 in their past six games.
New Jersey 3, Philadelphia 0: Keith Kinkaid made 29 saves against the host Flyers for his third shutout of the season. The Devils have won consecutive games for the first time since opening the season with four straight victories.
Defenseman Paul Martin, a former Gophers player from Elk River, announced his retirement. Martin, 37, played 870 NHL games over 14 seasons for New Jersey, Pittsburgh and San Jose. His team made the Stanley Cup playoffs in each of his 14 seasons.