BRUINS (7-1-2) at RANGERS (3-4-1)
7 p.m. ET; NHLN, MSG, NESN, NHL.TV
David Pastrnak will try to extend his goal-scoring streak to six games when the Boston Bruins play the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
The Bruins are coming off a 3-0 home win against the St. Louis Blues on Saturday and are 4-0-2 in their past six games.
Pastrnak has scored nine goals during his five-game scoring streak. He is three goals from tying Phil Esposito's Bruins record (14) for most goals in October, set in 1973. Boston has two games remaining this month.
The Rangers defeated the Buffalo Sabres 6-2 on Thursday and have points in back-to-back games, including a 3-2 overtime loss to the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday.
Players to watch
Bruins forward Anders Bjork scored his first goal of the season in his second game Saturday.
Rangers defenseman Tony DeAngelo has four points (three goals, one assist) in his past two games.
They said it
"It looks like he's going to be a National Hockey League player. I don't want to jump to conclusions in two games, but so far so good." -- Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy on Bjork
"If we break out pucks, which has been our main focus, we're going to be good because we have a lot of speed and a lot of talent. Quicker out of the 'D' zone, the more chances we're going to have." -- Rangers defenseman Tony DeAngelo
Bruins projected lineup
Brad Marchand -- Patrice Bergeron -- David Pastrnak
Jake DeBrusk -- Charlie Coyle -- Brett Ritchie
Anders Bjork -- Par Lindholm -- Danton Heinen
Peter Cehlarik -- Sean Kuraly -- David Backes
Zdeno Chara -- Charlie McAvoy
Torey Krug -- Brandon Carlo
Matt Grzelcyk -- Connor Clifton
Injured: Joakim Nordstrom (infection), Chris Wagner (lower body), David Krejci (upper body), Kevan Miller (knee), Karson Kuhlman (fractured tibia), John Moore (shoulder), Anton Blidh (shoulder)
Rangers projected lineup
Chris Kreider -- Mika Zibanejad -- Jesper Fast
Artemi Panarin -- Ryan Strome -- Pavel Buchnevich
Brendan Lemieux -- Brett Howden -- Kaapo Kakko
Greg McKegg -- Lias Andersson -- Brendan Smith
Libor Hajek -- Jacob Trouba
Marc Staal -- Adam Fox
Brady Skjei -- Tony DeAngelo
Scratched: Micheal Haley
Injured: Yegor Rykov (ankle)
Kakko will play on the third line after playing on the first line against Buffalo. … DeAngelo will move up to the top power-play unit, replacing Trouba. … Strome missed practice Saturday because of an illness. … Cassidy said Nordstrom is out with an infection issue and Wagner won't play because he was injured blocking a shot Saturday. Kuhlman was placed on injured reserve Sunday, and Cehlarik was recalled from Providence of the American Hockey League.
Marchand has 15 points (five goals, 10 assists) in a nine-game point-scoring streak. … The Rangers will be playing their 2,000th regular-season game at the current Madison Square Garden, which opened in 1968. … Zibanejad will play in his 500th NHL regular-season game.