OTTAWA (AP) - Patrice Bergeron had two goals and an assist to lead the Boston Bruins past the Ottawa Senators 5-3 on Saturday night.
Tim Thomas stopped 27 shots to extend his unbeaten streak at Scotiabank Place to nine games.
Daniel Alfredsson led the way for Ottawa (32-23-8) with two goals, while Erik Karlsson had the other as the Senators snapped a four-game win streak.
Alex Auld faced 37 shots in place of Craig Anderson, who is out indefinitely after cutting his hand Wednesday.
Karlsson opened the scoring at 1:10 of the first with his 14th goal of the season. But Boston countered with Bergeron's first of the game at 3:36 before Marchand put the Bruins up 2-1 with 3:47 to go with his 22nd goal of the season.
Camper made it 3-1 for Boston with his first goal of the season at 3:57 of the second before Krejci put Boston ahead 4-1 on the power play at 10:24 of the third.
Ottawa made it interesting on Alfredsson's two goals in less than 2 minutes. He scored with 3:45 remaining before registering his 22nd of the season with 2:08 to go. Jason Spezza picked up his 600th career point on Alfredsson's first goal.
But Bergeron rounded out the scoring on an empty-netter with 19 seconds left.
NOTES: The Senators were without Anderson, Cs Peter Regin (shoulder, out for season) and Jesse Winchester (concussion, indefinite). D Brian Lee and C Zenon Konopka were healthy scratches. ... The Bruins were without RW Nathan Horton , C Rich Peverley and LW Shawn Thornton. D Andrew Bodnarchuk was a healthy scratch.
--- With edits from BostonBruins.com