BOSTON — Chris Kelly broke a 1-all tie with 5:27 left and Brad Marchand added an empty-netter for his second goal of the game Saturday night as the Boston Bruins beat the Los Angeles Kings, 3-1.

Tuukka Rask stopped 30 shots for the Bruins.

Jordan Nolan scored for the Kings, breaking up Rask’s shutout bid on a soft wrist shot with seven minutes left. It was the second goal of the season and made it 1-1, but the tie didn’t last long.

Kelly put Boston back on top 1:33 later when he tipped in Carl Soderberg’s shot. The puck was in and out of the net too quickly for the officials to see, and wasn’t ruled a goal until a review confirmed it.

Marchand, who broke the scoreless tie on a goal with 3:40 left in the second period, added his 15th of the season with 17 seconds left. Marchand directed a backhand toward the empty net and the puck slowly drifted in.

Jonathan Quick finished with 30 saves for the Kings.

Marchand beat Quick on a wrist shot from just inside the blue line on a drop pass from Zdeno Chara. It was Boston’s first goal against the Kings since Marchand scored 8:53 into the third period of a game on Jan. 20, 2014.

Tyler Toffoli just missed tying it about 2:20 into the third on a shot that bounced off the post with a loud clang.

The Kings finally scored with seven minutes left on a wrist shot by Nolan that deflected off a Boston player.

RED WINGS 4, ISLANDERS 1: Tomas Tatar and Gustav Nyquist scored power-play goals and host Detroit won for the seventh time in eight games.

CANADIENS 1, CAPITALS 0: Carey Price made 36 saves for his second straight shutout, Max Pacioretty scored 3:08 into overtime and Montreal won at home for its fifth straight win.

SENATORS 7, COYOTES 2: Mark Stone, Bobby Ryan and Erik Karlsson each had a goal and an assist, helping Ottawa break away at home.

FLYERS 1, MAPLE LEAFS 0: Steve Mason stopped all 30 shots and Michael Del Zotto scored to help Philadelphia win at home.

DEVILS 3, PANTHERS 1: Rookie Keith Kinkaid stopped 26 shots, Mike Cammalleri and Steve Bernier each had a goal and an assist, and New Jersey won at home.

RANGERS 4, HURRICANES 1: Henrik Lundqvist made 31 saves as New York won at home.