The Boston Bruins made NHL history by becoming the fastest team to reach 100 points in a season, after beating the Buffalo Sabres 7-1 on Thursday night. David Pastrnak celebrated signing an eight-year, $90 million extension by notching a goal and two assists. The victory marked Boston’s ninth straight. Jakub Lauko scored twice, Dmitry Orlov added a goal and two assists, and Jeremy Swayman stopped 26 shots, despite the loss of Brad Marchand to a lower body injury. Pavel Zacha, Patrice Bergeron, and Connor Clifton added goals for Boston. Casey Mittelstadt scored for Buffalo. The Sabres are in a race for one of the last playoff spots in the Eastern Conference.