Nick Ritchie, David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron scored for the Bruins, whose six-game points streak came to an end. Charlie McAvoy had 2 assists. Tuukka Rask stopped 18 shots.
Mika Zibanejad, Alexis Lafreniere and Vitali Kravtsov scored in a period of less than five minutes during a four-goal 3rd period, and the New York Rangers completed their season with a 5-4 triumph over the host Boston Bruins on Saturday afternoon.
Zibanejad scored again late, KAndre Miller also had an objective and Pavel Buchnevich had 3 helps as the Rangers snapped a five-game losing streak. Keith Kinkaid had 28 conserves prior to leaving during the 3rd with an injury; Igor Shesterkin stopped seven shots the remainder of the way.
New york city ended its season 27-23-6 for 60 points.
Nick Ritchie, David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron scored for the Bruins, whose six-game points streak concerned an end. Charlie McAvoy had 2 helps. Tuukka Rask stopped 18 shots.
Boston (32-15-7, 71 points) has 2 video games staying prior to the Stanley Cup playoffs start.
Pastrnak scored the 200th goal of his profession 21 seconds into the 3rd duration to give the Bruins a 2-1 lead. The marker was his 20th of the season.
The advantage didnt stand long, as Zibanejad completed a 3-on-1 to knot ball game at 2 at 5:22. Lafrenieres backhand objective on the rush offered New York a 3-2 edge simply 2:04 later.
Kinkaid exited with 11:10 left after hurting himself extending across the net on a Pastrnak opportunity, and Kravtsovs goal from the slot at 9:36 gave the Rangers a 4-2 lead.
Marchand got the Bruins back within one on the power play with 5:52 remaining, but Zibanejad made it 5-3 New York with the 200th objective of his career at 18:07. Bergeron tallied with Rask gotten rid of from net with 1:21 left, but Boston couldnt get the equalizer.
The Rangers got on the board first when Miller ripped a one-timer off a faceoff win previous Rask at 6:21 of the second duration. Justin Richards, making his NHL launching, got a help on the goal.
Ritchie scored his career-high 15th goal of the season at 18:12 for a 1-1 tie.
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