BOSTON — David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand every had a aim and an help in a four-goal second interval for the surging Bruins, main them to a 6-3 win over the New York Islanders on Saturday.
Boston captain Patrice Bergeron performed his 1,two hundredth recreation. He turned the a hundred and twentieth participant in NHL historical past to realize this milestone. He returned to the lineup Saturday after lacking the earlier 4 video games with an elbow an infection.
Erik Haula and Jake DeBrusk every had a second-period aim after Craig Smith and Taylor Corridor scored within the first for Boston, which earned its 14th win in 17 video games (14-2-1).
Linus Ullmark made 24 saves for Boston.
Brock Nelson scored his thirtieth of the season, and Anders Lee and Zach Parise every had a power-play rating for the Islanders, who had gained 4 of their earlier 5. Semyon Varlamov stopped 38 pictures for New York.
Main 2-1, the Bruins scored twice within the first 4 minutes of the second. Pastrnak scored his team-leading thirty seventh spot when he charged for a rebound at 2:13.
Simply 1:43 later, Marchand scrambled to his skates after being knocked down within the nook, collected a free puck on the backside of the precise circle and slipped a wrist from Varlamov to make it 4-1.
The sport obtained uneven after Boston opened up their three-goal lead.
Pastrnak arrange Haula’s aim with an ideal cross cross that made it 5-2 late within the second. DeBrusk closed the scoring in second when his cross from behind the online got here off a skate.
Smith gave Boston a 1-0 benefit 4:03 into the sport when he scored on the rebound of Brandon Carlo’s shot that sprang from the backboards.
Corridor swung Charlie McAvoy’s shot previous Varlamov for a power-play aim at 19:26, however Nelson rebounded with a backhand 22 seconds later.
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