BOSTON (AP) The way
They got both on Monday night.
Rask rebounded from his first loss with 32 saves for his second shutout,
''If you just look at the stats probably it's got to be one of the best starts because I think usually the starts are the worst part of my season,'' Rask said.
The Bruins allowed two short-handed goals on Saturday.
''We've just got to keep taking it easy. I thought we did a better job of finding the seams at the net and jumping on those loose pucks and rebounds,'' said coach Claude Julien, who collected his 400th career victory with the Bruins.
Following a scoreless opening period that lacked many quality scoring chances, the Bruins moved ahead on Marchand's goal 5:44 into the second.
Skating with a two-man, power-play advantage midway into the period, Boston increased its lead when Krejci one-timed a shot from the top of the left circle that slipped inside the left post for his first goal of the season.
''We've got to keep our cool - no matter what's going on out there,'' Sabres captain
''It was tough to battle back from that,'' Buffalo center
The Sabres had an excellent scoring bid after falling behind 1-0 and were still short-handed, but Rask robbed Gionta on a clean breakaway by making a blocker save on a backhander.
Nash's shot from along the boards deflected in off defenseman
Pastrnak scored on a rebound after Lehner mishandled
NOTES: Julien smiled and said of his milestone victory: ''Another number, I move on from those. Like I always say, it's something I can cherish down the road. Right now I've just got to keep plugging away.'' . Buffalo LW
Sabres: Host the Senators on Wednesday in a rematch from Saturday that Buffalo won 2-1 in Ottawa.
Bruins: At Montreal on Tuesday for the second meeting between the longtime rivals.