Pastrnak's Hat Trick, 3 Assists Lift Bruins

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Pastrnak's Hat Trick, 3 Assists Lift Bruins


Byline: Associated Press

BOSTON -- David Pastrnak had a hat trick and 3 assists to help Boston blow out the Toronto Maple Leafs for the second straight game, leading the Bruins to a 7-3 victory Saturday night and a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference playoff series.

Pastrnak shattered his previous career high of 4 points, scoring his third goal with 1:36 left to bring two trash cans full of caps and winter hats fluttering down to the ice. Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron each had 4 assists, and Torey Krug had 3.

Tuukka Rask stopped 30 shots for Boston, and David Krejci, Rick Nash, Jake DeBrusk and Kevan Miller also scored.

Two nights after Frederik Andersen allowed 5 goals in the series opener, he gave up 3 more on 5 shots in the first 12:13 before he was replaced by backup Curtis McElhinney. The Bruins added another power-play goal -- their second of the night and fifth of the series -- to make it 4-0 after one.

Mitch Marner, Tyler Bozak and James Van Riemsdyk scored for the Maple Leafs, who never got closer than 3 goals down after that. McElhinney stopped 19 of the 23 shots he faced.

The series moves to Toronto for Games 3 and 4 on Monday and Thursday.

Game 5 would be back in Boston on Saturday, if necessary.

Predators 5, Avalanche 4:

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Ryan Hartman's empty-net goal with 1:09 left wound up the winner as Nashville held off Colorado for a 2-0 lead in the first-round Western Conference series.

After Hartman gave the Predators a 5-3 lead, Alexander Kerfoot pulled Colorado to 5-4 with 35.8 seconds left. But the Avalanche couldn't get another puck past goalie Pekka Rinne.

The Presidents' Trophy winners started slowly, giving up a goal on Colorado's first shot for a second straight game. …

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