Rask has gone 10-0-1 to earn points in each of his last 11 games, the longest such streak of his career.
Marchand and Schaller scored a little less than six minutes apart in the third to put the game away for the Bruins.
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Five players scored a goal apiece Tuesday night for the Boston Bruins, who remained red-hot with a 5-1 win over the New York Islanders at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Bergeron won his faceoff against the Islanders' Mathew Barzal in the Boston zone, after which the puck skittered towards the net as Eberle and Bruins defenseman Brandon Carlo chased after it.
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NOTES: The NHL announced Tuesday that Rask was named first star for December and Bailey was the second star. He's allowed one goal or fewer in 11 of his last 12 games, and his.958 save percentage during that span is the best in the league.
Rask's resurgence has helped Boston secure 22 points over its last 14 games this month, tying the Black and Gold with the Washington Capitals for the most in the National Hockey League.
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Jordan Eberle had New York's goal and Jaroslav Halak finished with 33 saves as the Islanders lost their third straight. He yielded two or fewer goals in 10 of his 11 appearances, with the lone exception a 3-2 overtime loss December 16 vs. NYR. Playing on a line with Patrice Bergeron for most of it has been a big help. The veteran joined Bergeron in the goal scoring department - one of five different Bruins to light the lamp - with his team-leading 16th of the season at 9:04 of the third period to give Boston a 3-1 lead.