It’s not often that Bruins coach Claude Julien has had to ask for a little more from the line of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and Tyler Seguin this year.

But going into last night’s Game 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Julien did mention that he’d like to see that unit pick up it’s game a little bit.

And in last night’s 4-3 overtime victory, a couple of players moved in the right direction.

Though the line wasn’t exactly great together — Seguin again had some major problems controlling the puck and maybe even his emotions — Bergeron did score a power-play goal and Marchand picked up his second assist of the series when the rebound of his shot went in off David Krejci.

“It was nice to see Bergy score tonight,” Julien said. “Tyler had a chance there late with a couple of seconds left. This is his hometown and he seems a bit nervous here. I thought he played really well the first two games. In Boston, he was a really good player and here not quite as good. But he’s certainly a guy we feel very confident he can turn it around and Marchand the same way. Hopefully it’s just a matter of time and we can certainly use them coming up in next game.”

Bergeron, who had been without a point in the series, was happy to get back on the scoresheet.

“Absolutely,” Bergeron said. “It was a huge goal and it got us some momentum. You have to help out any way you can. Obviously as a line we have to contribute and help out offensively. That’s part of our game. I also thought Marchie made a great play for Krejci’s (first) goal. We had some good chances after that. I thought we had some life after that goal.”