Hayes capped Boston's three-goal second period,
''It was more of a joke that it was an elephant,'' Hayes said when asked if he was throwing a monkey off his back. ''I think I lost like 100 pounds there. It felt pretty good.''
Rask lost his bid for his fourth shutout with 2:39 to play when
''Good thing I don't have a bonus for that stuff,'' Rask said, smiling. ''That's alright, tough bounce.''
''I think just we went back to a lot of things that we had done so well before,'' coach Claude Julien said. ''We were throwing more pucks at the net.''
Julien coached his 726th game with the Bruins, tying Milt Schmidt - the oldest living member of the Hall of Fame at 98 years old - for second in team history.
After a listless opening period that had very few hits and less scoring chances, Boston jumped in front on Moore's goal 2:24 into the second when he whacked at a loose puck with a two-handed chopping motion and it sailed past Bishop.
Many of the Lightning's players were bothered by a weak start for the second straight game.
''We just got off to another slow start,'' Bishop said. ''We can't wait until we're down three-nothing before we start, you know, bringing it to them.''
''We started waking up and skating more in the third period. We've just got to do a better job from the get-go,'' Drouin said. ''Definitely some bad bounces didn't go our way, but we've got to be better from the get-go.''
NOTES: Hayes' last goal was on Feb. 24, a span of 35 games. ... The Bruins are 0-6 in games not started by Rask. ... Bruins D
Lightning: At Columbus on Tuesday for the second of their current three-game road trip.
Bruins: At Philadelphia on Tuesday in the first meeting between the clubs this season.