It’s a goalie’s lot to always be acutely aware of the negative.

So minutes after a wild, 4-3, four-round shootout win Tuesday night at TD Garden, one in which the Bruins rallied for three goals in the final 11:16 of the third period, including two in the last 1:31 with an extra skater on the ice, Henrik Lundqvist was experiencing just one emotion.

“Right now, I’m still disappointed it went into overtime,” Lundqvist said after making a season-high 37 saves, including four in OT, then turning aside three of the Bruins’ four shootout attempts.

“When I calm down, I think I’m going to appreciate the game,” Lundqvist added. “But it’s upsetting when you don’t come up with the saves to keep it 3-1 or 3-2.”

The Rangers (7-5-0), who received a highlight-reel assist from Rick Nash on Carl Hagelin’s first-period goal and a highlight-reel shootout goal from Nash as his stop-and-start move allowed him to us his long reach to push the puck past Tuukka Rask (26 saves), extended their season-high winning streak to three games.

“It was obviously what I planned,” Nash said. “Coming in with speed, try to sell a move and hopefully he bites. That time he did.”

The Bruins (8-1-2) lost two of three games to the Rangers this season.

“We have to learn from it,” said Rangers captain Ryan Callahan, who won the game in the fourth round of the shootout with a forehand shot after Lundqvist turned aside David Krejci’s backhander.