Montreal, QC (SportsNetwork.com) - Vladislav Namestnikov registered a pair of goals and one assist, as the Tampa Bay Lightning clinched a playoff berth and set a new single-season record for wins in a season thanks to a 5-3 decision over Montreal in a crucial intra-divisional battle from Bell Centre. Nikita Kucherov, Jonathan Drouin and Anton Stralman added scores for the Lightning, whose 47 wins surpassed the old mark of 46 set three times previously. Ben Bishop stopped 25 shots and added a pair of assists -- one shy of the NHL record set by Calgary's Jeff Reese in 1993 -- to snag the win. Max Pacioretty, Jeff Petry and P.K. Subban lit the lamp for the Canadiens, who dropped all five games in the season series to their Atlantic Division foes. Carey Price took the loss despite making 39 saves.