PHILADELPHIA — It was more of the same Saturday for Boston and Philadelphia.

The Bruins are rolling, while the Flyers are searching for answers.

Tuukka Rask made 28 saves to help Boston beat Philadelphia 3-0, sending the Flyers to a club record-tying 10th straight loss.

Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak each had a goal and an assist for the Bruins, who have won 6 of 7. Ryan Spooner also scored.

“It was our start,” Bruins Coach Bruce Cassidy said. “Usually if you start well, things will get pulled along from there, especially against a team that’s had a tough time lately.”

After ending a personal four-game losing streak on Wednesday night, Rask turned in another solid performance while improving to 5-8-2.

“Tuukka looked as comfortable as I’ve seen him all year,” Cassidy said. “He was efficient in the net. It didn’t look like they were going to get anything by him all night.”

Philadelphia was shut out for the third time during its slide and sixth time this season. It’s the first 10-game losing streak for the franchise since Feb. 6-23, 2008.

Wayne Simmonds tried to get the Flyers going by winning a first-period fight with Kevan Miller, but it didn’t work.

“We’re just squeezing our sticks,” captain Claude Giroux said. “We just need that first win so we can have a breather. It’s not a good time right now. We need to figure it out, and figure it out soon.”

The Bruins jumped in front on Spooner’s first goal of the season 14:30 into the game. Flyers rookie Nolan Patrick created the chance for Boston, turning the puck over in Philadelphia’s zone to Noel Acciari. The Bruins center pushed the puck forward to Spooner, who got behind the Flyers defense and beat Brian Elliott 1-on-1.

“You come out strong, that’s huge for us,” Spooner said.

Boston added two more in the second.

Pastrnak extended his point streak to five games with his 13th goal. Marchand, in his second game back after missing six because of an injury, hustled in front of Flyers rookie Robert Hagg after Philadelphia won a faceoff in its own zone. He poked the puck toward Pastrnak, who beat Elliott with a perfectly placed wrist shot past the goalie’s blocker.

Marchand made it 3-0 a little more than four minutes later. Charlie McAvoy found a wide-open Marchand in front of the net, and he sent a backhander past Elliott.

The Flyers appeared to get on the board with 58.6 seconds left in the period on a wrist shot from Giroux, but the goal was waved off after a coach’s challenge, as officials determined Simmonds interfered with Rask.

PENGUINS 5, SABRES 1: Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby each had a goal and an assist, and Pittsburgh improved to 14-0-1 in its last 15 games against visiting Buffalo.

Jason Pominville’s third-period goal prevented the Sabres from being shut out for a fourth straight game.

CANADIENS 10, RED WINGS 1: Paul Byron got his first career hat trick, Alex Galchenyuk had a career-best four assists and Montreal routed visiting Detroit for its fifth straight win.

LIGHTNING 5, SHARKS 2: Tyler Johnson scored twice in the third period to snap a 15-game drought and Tampa Bay won at home.

WILD 2, BLUES 1: Matt Dumba scored 39 seconds into overtime to give Minnesota a win over visiting St. Louis.

CAPITALS 4, BLUE JACKETS 3: Alex Ovechkin scored a power-play goal as Washington beat visiting Columbus.

HURRICANES 3, PANTHERS 2: Noah Hanifin scored with 2 seconds left in overtime to give Carolina a win at home.