The New York Rangers had one of those games where almost everything went right: The passes, the goals, the officials’ calls, the video replays and, of course, Henrik Lundqvist in goal.

It was par for the course for the Boston Bruins.

Keith Yandle set up two first-period power-play goals and Lundqvist made 39 saves in a 5-2 win on Wednesday night that sent the Bruins to a season-high fourth straight loss.

“It’s a tight game and for a couple of games it was going against us,” Lundqvist said. “The last two games we’ve been getting a couple of bounces, and you need it.

“When you get them, a lot of times you saw you earned them. When they go against us, you say you have bad luck. But it was a good game for us, a good test and this was exactly the type of response we needed.”

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