Brad Marchand scored twice to help the Boston Bruins rally for a 7-3 victory over the Dallas Stars on Saturday night.
David Krejci, Matt Beleskey, Loui Eriksson, Kevan Miller and Brett Connolly also scored for the Bruins, and Tuukka Rask had 26 saves. Marchand, Krejci and Beleskey scored on the power play after the Bruins had failed on their previous 21 man-advantage chances.
Antoine Roussel had a goal and an assist, Ales Hemsky and Patrick Sharp also scored and Jason Demers had two assists for the Stars. Kari Lehtonen finished with 35 saves.
Dallas led 3-1 before Marchand scored his second goal with 6:36 left in the second period, giving him a career-high 30 goals — including 15 in the last 16 games.
Miller tied it 35 seconds later, and Eriksson put the Bruins ahead for good with 52 seconds left in the second with his 21st of the season.
Dennis Seidenberg and Patrice Bergeron each had two assists for Boston.
Hemsky put the Stars on the scoreboard first, taking a drop pass from Demers and shooting the puck into the upper left corner of the net with just over eight minutes left in the opening period.
Marchand tied it by faking a shot from the left of the net, pulling the puck back and putting in a backhand from the right side with Lehtonen out of position with 6:36 left in the first.
Disputed goals by Roussel and Sharp 44 seconds apart gave the Stars a two-goal lead with 3 1/2 minutes remaining in the period. The Bruins challenged Roussel's goal, saying that he had knocked the puck in with a high stick and interfered with Rask. The referees ruled that Sharp scored on a breakaway because Boston's Adam McQuaid intentionally knocked the net off its mooring before the puck could cross the goal line.
Roussel and McQuaid fought and drew major penalties at 3:12 of the second period.
Marchand pulled Boston to 3-2 with a shot from above the left faceoff circle that beat Lehtonen 1 second before Vernon Fiddler's high sticking penalty expired.
Miller tied it on a shot from the right point through a crowd in front of the netd.
The Bruins took their first lead of the game after Krejci won a battle with Dallas' Johnny Oduya in the right corner. Krejci's pass hit Eriksson's skate in the blue paint, and he poked the puck with his stick under Lehtonen.
Krejci scored at 4:50 of the third period on a shot from the blue line through traffic in front of the net.
Connolly's empty-netter made it 6-3 with 2:44 remaining, and Beleskey capped the scoring in the final minute.
NOTES: Hemsky has three goals and two assists in his last six games. ... Krejci played in his 600th NHL game. ... Boston has won four of the last five games in Dallas, and three in a row. ... The Bruins completed a six-game road trip 4-2-0. They are 20-7-3 on the road this season, but only 12-14-3 at home. ... Sharp's 17th goal was his first in 19 games. Roussel has scored seven of his nine goals at home.