Penguins 5, Lightning 3: Captain Sidney Crosby recorded two goals and an assist as Pittsburgh seized a three-goal lead in the first period and held on to defeat visiting Tampa Bay.Defenseman Paul Martin and Matt Cooke added a goal and an assist apiece and Beau Bennett netted the first tally of his career for the Penguins. Marc-Andre Fleury made 27 saves for his eighth victory in nine decisions for Pittsburgh, which improved to 5-4-0 at home.Steven Stamkos collected a goal and two assists and defenseman Eric Brewer and rookie Cory Conacher also scored for the Lightning. Conacher's goal 3:15 into the third period brought Tampa Bay within 4-3, but Cooke's empty-netter sealed it with 52 seconds remaining.Crosby scored 1:16 into the first period and was credited with a second when Martin's shot hit him and squirted over the line at 7:15 off the skate of starting goalie Anders Lindback. Martin knocked home the rebound of Cooke's shot after an odd-man rush with 34 seconds left in the opening frame for a 3-0 lead and Lindback was replaced by Mathieu Garon for the second.Brewer's shot deflected in off a Pittsburgh stick 1:37 into the second session and Stamkos scored on a one-timer at 3:14 on a 5-on-3 power play to pull Tampa Bay within 3-2. Bennett answered by sweeping a cross-ice pass by Crosby into the left corner on the cage past Garon (10 saves on 11 shots) with a two-man advantage at 12:20 for a 4-2 lead.GAME NOTEBOOK: Pittsburgh coach Dan Bylsma told reporters on Sunday that a concussion has not been ruled out for reigning Hart Trophy winner Evgeni Malkin, but he has not had headaches or disorientation. Malkin slid awkwardly into the boards and hit his head in Friday's 3-1 victory over Florida. … Crosby moved into third place on the Penguins' all-time scoring list past Rick Kehoe with 637 points. … Stamkos has at least a goal in five straight games and 13 overall, tied with John Tavares of the New York Islanders for the league lead.