MONTREAL -- Tampa Bay Lightning center Nate Thompson scored his second goal of the game 4:36 into overtime to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a 2-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday.

Thompson, who scored a shorthanded goal in the second, beat Montreal goalie Carey Price on a centering pass from left winger Alex Killorn with 23.1 seconds remaining in the extra period.

Canadiens center Daniel Briere tied it 1-1 with his ninth goal 7:25 into the third period.

Both teams had power-play opportunities late in the third, including Montreal for the final 1:05 of regulation after Tampa Bay defenseman Eric Brewer was called for interference.

Lightning goalie Ben Bishop stopped 28 shots as he returned without missing a start after suffering an upper-body injury early in his last outing.

The 6-foot-7, 214-pound goalie left 1:49 into the first period Thursday in Tampa Bay's 5-3 loss in Ottawa after he was hit in the back of the head by Lightning center Nikita Kucherov's skate.

Price made 34 saves for Montreal, which ended a two-game losing streak and has lost five of seven.

Thompson got credit for the Lightning's second shorthanded goal in as many games 5:58 into the second when Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban redirected the puck past Canadiens goalie Carey Price into his own net.

Briere scored for a second game in a row following a 10-game goal-less drought when he took right winger Brian Gionta's pass across the Lightning zone to beat Bishop between the legs with a shot from the left faceoff dot.

Bishop got into a skirmish with Montreal right winger Brandon Prust during a TV timeout in the second period. Price came down the ice to join the scrum along the boards in Tampa Bay's zone.

Both goalies were penalized at 17:02 for leaving their respective goal creases and Prust got a minor penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct, while Tampa Bay defenseman Radko Gudas and Montreal right winger George Parros were given 10-minute misconduct penalties.

Price stopped Lightning center Nikita Kucherov on a penalty shot 4:41 into the first period. Kucherov was awarded the penalty shot after he was hooked by Canadiens defenseman Nathan Beaulieu when he went in on a breakaway.

Bishop slid to his left to deny Montreal left winger Rene Bourque's scoring chance 3:12 into the second.

NOTES: Lightning C Valteri Fillpula missed the game because of a lower body injury he sustained Thursday in Tampa Bay's 5-3 loss in Ottawa. ... G Cedrick Desjardins was dressed as Tampa Bay starter Ben Bishop's backup. The Lightning recalled Desjardins and G Kristers Gudlevskis from AHL Syracuse on Friday after G Anders Lindback was sidelined by an injury he sustained Thursday. ... Canadiens LW Michael Bournival did not play because of illness. ... RW Christian Thomas made his Canadiens debut and faced his father's team in his second NHL game. Tampa Bay assistant coach Steve Thomas had 933 points in 1,235 games from 1984-2004 with Toronto, Chicago, the New York Islanders, New Jersey, Anaheim and Detroit. Christian Thomas, who was recalled from AHL Hamilton on Friday, made his NHL debut at Bell Centre for the New York Rangers in a 3-0 loss to the Canadiens on Feb. 23, 2013.