Bruins set NHL record with 12th straight home win to start season
"There's been a lot of great teams in this league and you're able to set a precedent and break a record," Boston head coach Jim Montgomery told reporters postgame. "It's pretty special. It doesn't happen if those guys don't believe in themselves like they do."
The Bruins trailed 2-0 in the opening frame following power-play goals from Stefan Noesen and Jesperi Kotkaniemi, but veteran David Krejci struck in the second and third periods to tie things up for the home side.
Pastrnak extended his point streak to nine games with a helper on Krejci's first goal of the game.
Jeremy Swayman entered the game in Ullmark's stead and made six saves in relief.
The Bruins' dominance at TD Garden this season can't be overstated, with the club outscoring its opponents 48-20.
Boston still has three games remaining on its current homestand. Its next chance to build on the record will come Tuesday against the Tampa Bay Lightning.