Rask singlehandedly kept the Bruins in the game during the period when the Rangers held a 20-9 edge in shots. Rask was at his best early and finished with 39 saves. The Bruins are 9-2-3 in their last 14 games. The Rangers fell one point behind second-place Philadelphia which beat New York 4-2 on Saturday. Boston, which didn't have a power play Sunday, increased its lead to 5-2 in the third period on a pair of goals by Gregory Campbell first short-handed at 9:04 and then at even strength with 6:34 left.