Mar 31, 2014, 1:38 PM EDT
Turris led all players with seven points (4-3—7) and a +7 rating (tied) to help the Senators (31-29-14, 76 points) go 3-0-1 and move within six points of a Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference.
Bergeron (5-1—6) found the back of the net in all four games, extending his goal-scoring streak to seven contests (8-2—10) while helping the Bruins (52-17-6, 110 points) maintain the top spot in the NHL standings.
Oshie tied for second in the NHL with six points (4-2—6) in three games to help the Blues (50-17-7, 107 points) remain in first place in the Western Conference.
Turris has been one of the few bright spots for the Sens this season. The 24-year-old leads the club with 25 goals, his offensive production making the 2011 trade with Phoenix look better and better with each additional goal.
The fact Turris is locked up through 2017-18 for a cap hit of just $3.5 million is icing on the cake.
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