Two power play goals, including a one-timer from Zdeno Chara and a rebound by Loui Eriksson, as well as two goals from Milan Lucic helped the Boston Bruins to a 4-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings and lifted Boston to a 4-1 series win, advancing to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The Bruins won four straight games in the series and will face their heated rival, the Montreal Canadiens, after the Habs swept the Tampa Bay Lightning in their first round series, 4-0.

With 13 penalties in the game, including seven on the Bruins, the opportunities were aplenty for both teams to steal a win Saturday at TD Garden. Officials called three penalties in five minutes of play toward the end of the second period, with both the Bruins and Red Wings able to capitalize.

Dougie Hamilton, who weaved his way up ice in the first period while showing off his versatility as an offensive minded defenseman, took a shot on Red Wings goalie Jonas Gustavsson that was blocked, ricocheting off into the steady grasp of Loui Eriksson’s stick, who buried the power play goal to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. It was Hamilton’s third assist of the playoffs. Tuukka Rask also got an assist on the play.

Less than 10 seconds into a high sticking penalty on the Bruins’ Lucic and 14:27 into the second, Red Wings forward Pavel Datsyuk buried a rebound off a Henrik Zetterberg shot. It was Datsyuk’s third goal of the series, tying the game up 1-1.

Zetterberg and Daniel Alfredsson were credited with the assist on the goal.

Following a holding on the Red Wings’ Johan Franzen, a cross-checking on Detroit’s Brendan Smith, and an interference on the Bruins’ Loui Eriksson, the three straight penalties led to a 4-on-3 for the Bruins. It didn’t take long for Chara to get the one-timer, firing off a missile for the power play goal as the Bruins regained the lead, 2-1, with only 3.7 seconds left in the period.

Only 4:27 into the third period, Torey Krug set up Lucic for his third goal of playoffs, almost an identical shot in front of the net as Lucic’s goal in Game 3 of the series, to give the Bruins their final tally.

Detroit's Zetterberg pumped in a rebound with 3:52 left to keep things interesting late. But an empty net goal by Lucic with 15 seconds left sealed the win.