BOSTON — The Boston Bruins defeated the Montreal Canadiens, 9-4, in the Original Six matchup at TD Garden on Saturday night.

With the win, the Bruins now own a 28-8-9 overall record, while the Canadiens fell to 19-20-7 on the season.

Check out the full box score here.

It was a night of milestones for four Bruins players. Brad Marchand, Danton Heinen, Pavel Zacha and Jakub Lauko all reached career marks in the Boston win.

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Marchand potted his 20th goal in the win for the 11th straight season, breaking the three-way tie with Johnny Bucyk and Patrice Bergeron, who retired with 10. Marchand now has 13-career 20-goal seasons.

Heinen recorded his first career hat trick by lighting the lamp in each of the three periods. Heinen now has eight goals on the season in 37 games.

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Zacha also captured a milestone in the game when he scored the 100th goal of his career in the third period to give the Bruins an 8-4 lead.

Lauko picked up the secondary assist on the Brandon Carlo goal and is now on the first-point streak of his NHL career.

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— Heinen led the scoring with his first career hat trick. It was the forward’s first multi-goal game since Feb. 8, 2022, when he scored two against the Bruins as a member of the Pittsburg Penguins.

— David Pastrnak scored his 30th goal of the season at 1:26 of the third period to give the Bruins a 6-4 lead. It’s the third straight season Pastrnak has lit the lamp at least 30 times.

— After missing five games with an upper-body injury, Brandon Carlo returned to the lineup and opened the scoring when he tipped in a pass from Trent Frederic.

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FanDuel Sportsbook set the odds that Heinen would light the lamp twice at +4900. The Bruins forward cleared those odds by notching his first multi-goal game of the season. A $100 wager on Heinen would have netted a $5,000 total payout.

The Bruins continue their five-game homestand when they host the Winnipeg Jets on Monday night. Puck drop from TD Garden is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET, and you can catch all the action, plus an hour of pregame coverage, on NESN.

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