OTTAWA, Ontario — Goaltender Craig Anderson is showing he can handle a heavy workload.

Mark Stone scored twice, Anderson stopped 38 shots and the Ottawa Senators beat the Boston Bruins 3-1 Sunday.

It was the 15th time this season that Anderson has faced 35 or more shots, and he’s 11-2-2 in those games.

“For me the way the game was, I thought we played a solid game and we were in the right spots at the right time,” Anderson said. “We allowed a lot of perimeter shots with some traffic, but guys did a great job blocking shots, boxing out and doing the little things that make a difference.”

Mika Zibanejad had the other goal and the Senators snapped a two-game losing streak.

Boston dropped its third straight. David Krejci had the Bruins’ goal, and Tuukka Rask made 19 saves.

Krejci suffered an undisclosed injury and did not play the third period. There was no update on his status after the game.

The Senators led 2-1 after 40 minutes despite being outshot 31-17. Anderson was perfect in the third period, and Stone sealed the victory with an empty-net goal with 54 seconds remaining.

“I think at the end of the day, they took advantage of their chances and made the most of it and we had ours, had lots of them,” Bruins Coach Claude Julien said. “Their goalie played well for them tonight and we weren’t able to bury ours and I think that’s really the story of the game tonight. One shot away and we weren’t able to get that.”