NHL: New York Rangers at Boston Bruins

New York Rangers center Mika Zibanejad (93) congratulates goaltender Henrik Lundqvist (30) after their 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins at TD Garden in Boston, Jan. 19, 2019.

Mika Zibanejad scored twice, and Henrik Lundqvist made 27 saves to move into sole possession of sixth place on the NHL's all-time wins list as the visiting New York Rangers skated to a 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Saturday.

Tuukka Rask, who was bidding to become the Bruins' all-time winningest goaltender, sustained a concussion with 1:28 remaining in the first period following a collision with Filip Chytil. The Rangers forward was credited with a goal despite barreling into Rask after being tripped by the stick of Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy.

Rask, who won the 2013-2014 Vezina Trophy, remained on the ice for several minutes before being helped to his feet by the training staff. The 31-year-old Finn made six saves before being replaced by Jaroslav Halak, who turned aside 11 shots as Boston fell for the third time in four games (1-2-1).

With Bruins captain Zdeno Chara serving a delay-of-game penalty, Zibanejad wired a shot from above the left circle that sailed past a screened Halak to give the Rangers a 3-2 lead at 9:05 of the third.

The slim advantage proved to be just enough for Lundqvist, who recorded his 446th win to move past Hall of Famer Terry Sawchuk. The 36-year-old Lundqvist owns a 28-13-2 mark with two shutouts in 43 career meetings with the Bruins.

Mats Zuccarello had a pair of assists to join Zibanejad in extending their respective point streaks to five games for the Rangers, who have won three in a row and four of five following a season-high five-game losing skid.

Boston failed to convert on six minutes of power-play time in the first before Danton Heinen shoveled home a centering feed from Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson to open the scoring with 2:32 remaining in the period.

Chytil forged a tie 64 seconds later. Zibanejad redirected defenseman Brady Skjei's centering feed to net New York a 2-1 lead at 5:22 of the second.

Brad Marchand sent David Pastrnak's pass inside the right post to tie the game at 3:24 of the third.

Saturday's contest represented the final game for both teams before they hit their league-mandated break. Boston and New York return to game action on Jan. 29.