KANATA, Ontario (AP) _ Shawn McEachern, Wade Redden and Grant Ledyard each had a goal and an assist Thursday night as the Ottawa Senators won their third straight at home, 6-2 over the Tampa Bay Lightning.

The Senators built a 4-0 lead by the middle of the second period and coasted to victory in front of a crowd of 16,214.

Marian Hossa, Joe Juneau and Rob Zamuner also scored for Ottawa, unbeaten in its last five at home (4-0-1). Vaclav Prospal assisted on McEachern's goal to extend his point-scoring streak to six games. He has five goals and two assists in the stretch.

Vincent Lecavalier and Fredrik Modin had the goals for the Lightning, winless in their last seven (0-4-1-2).

Tampa Bay hasn't won since beating the expansion Atlanta Thrashers on Jan. 29 and the Lightning are winless in 16 road games since a win over Anaheim on Dec. 1.

Ottawa's Ron Tugnutt made 17 saves to earn his 15th win.

Lightning starter Dan Cloutier allowed four goals on 23 shots before being replaced by Rich Parent midway through the second. Ottawa recorded 43 shots overall.

Hossa opened the scoring just 1:16 in after he stripped Lightning defenseman Bryan Muir of the puck at the right faceoff circle. His quick shot beat Cloutier for his 21st goal.

After McEachern set up Juneau at 8:12 to make it 2-0, he added his team-leading 22nd goal, while on the power play, just 25 seconds into the second.

Ledyard scored after intercepting a clearing attempt at the Lightning blue line and blasting a slap shot past Cloutier, who was then pulled.

Lecavalier scored at 14:38 to cut the lead to 4-1, but Redden restored the four-goal advantage with another power-play goal with 1:27 left in the second.