Two power-play goals and stingy penalty killing ended the Boston Bruins' offensive drought and tied their playoff series.

Reilly Smith and Zdeno Chara scored with a man advantage, the Detroit Red Wings got just one shot on goal on their four power plays, and Boston won 4-1 in Game 2 on Sunday.

"We don't get too many power plays, so it was good to be able to get them and be able to capitalize early," Smith said.

He scored his first career playoff goal 10:35 into the game, just over three minutes after Justin Florek's fluke goal gave the Bruins a 1-0 lead on their first shot at 7:28.

They finished the first period with 18 shots on goalie Jimmy Howard after managing just 25 in losing Friday night's opener 1-0.

Game 3 of the best-of-seven series between the top-seeded Bruins, who won the Presidents' Cup with an NHL-high 117 points, and eighth-seeded Red Wings is set for Detroit on Tuesday night.

"You never want to lose Game 1," said Florek, a rookie who had just one goal in four regular-season games. "I think we played with a little chip on our shoulder."

Luke Glendening cut the lead to 2-1 at 13:20 of the second period before Milan Lucic scored late in the second and Chara added his power-play goal early in the third.

Canadiens 3, Lightning 2: Tomas Plekanec scored at 5:43 of the third period, and Montreal moved one win away from advancing to the second round by beating Tampa Bay. The Canadiens lead the best-of-seven series 3-0 and can sweep the Lightning with a win at home Tuesday.

Flyers 4, Rangers 2: Luke Schenn scored the go-ahead goal in the second period, and backup Ray Emery made 31 saves for Philadelphia, which rallied to beat New York to even the first-round series.

Schenn put Philadelphia in front after Game 1 goat Jason Akeson tied it 2-2 earlier in the period. That was enough for the Flyers to snap a nine-game losing streak at Madison Square Garden and send the series to Philadelphia tied at 1.

"That's a huge weight off our shoulders, to come in here and get the split," Schenn said. "Going back home, we feel a bit better about ourselves."

Blackhawks: Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook has been suspended for three games for his hit on St. Louis Blues center David Backes in Saturday's Game 2 of their playoff series.