The Bruins are going to be feeling mighty good about themselves as they enjoy a day off today at sunny, warm Fort Lauderdale Beach.

After easily beating the Florida Panthers, 5-2, yesterday — their second Sunshine State win in less than 24 hours — the Bruins have taken over the No. 1 spot in the Eastern Conference, leapfrogging idle Pittsburgh.

The B’s have a season-best five-game winning streak, and ran their road points streak to 10 games (7-0-3), their longest such stretch since 2003-04.

Another nice number: 550, the career goal total for Jarome Iginla after he netted one of the Bruins’ four third-period goals (No. 20), an eruption that blew open a contest that had been close largely because of a lack of B’s finish and some great goaltending by Roberto Luongo (37 saves).

“You mostly don’t think about them,” said Iginla of his latest career milestone, leaving him six behind Bruins legend Johnny Bucyk, in 25th place all-time. “Honestly, I try not to think about them. It’s fun. I think back to when I started, and I certainly didn’t set goals like this. It’s cool.

“I’m just enjoying this. Our goal was to be top of the conference at the end of the day. It was a really good win for us, especially with the short turnaround. I thought we all played well. We didn’t want to use any excuses. It was quick (back-to-back games). It was a little different. But it was fun, too. Now we get a little bit of a break.”

The B’s also got goals from Andrej Meszaros (No. 6), Torey Krug (13), Patrice Bergeron (18) and Chris Kelly (6, an empty-netter).

The Bruins had a very strong first period, with a 12-7 edge in shots on goal. But that number was deceptive: Counting the B’s shots that missed the net (11) or were blocked (seven), the B’s had a 30-12 advantage in shots attempted.

“Right from the start I thought we had our legs, and guys were dialed in,” said B’s goalie Chad Johnson, who stopped 20 shots to improve to 13-3-1. “We had some good chances — we just missed, (hit) some posts, (sent) shots over the net. But we stuck with it, didn’t get frustrated and got the results we wanted in the third period.”