Travis Konecny scored in the fifth round of a shootout to complete the Philadelphia Flyers' come-from-behind, 6-5 victory over the visiting Boston Bruins on Monday.

Brad Marchand then had a chance to score in the shootout, but he overskated the puck and pushed it forward, which ended the game.

Travis Sanheim scored two goals, Sean Couturier added one goal and two assists, and Kevin Hayes and Connor Bunnaman had one goal apiece for the Flyers, who improved to 5-5 in shootouts this season.

Jake Voracek also had two assists, and goaltender Carter Hart made 26 saves for Philadelphia.

David Krejci scored two goals, and Charlie Coyle and Anders Bjork had one goal and one assist each. David Pastrnak contributed one goal, and Danton Heinen and Jake DeBrusk registered two assists apiece.

The Bruins fell to 0-7 in shootouts this season.

Boston goaltender Jaroslav Halak stopped 34 shots.

The Bruins jumped out to a 1-0 lead when Bjork scored on the backhand at 4:15 of the first period.

Boston later recorded a power-play goal for a franchise-record 14th straight game when Krejci scored at 16:49.

The Flyers received a power play at the 18-minute mark when Boston's Patrice Bergeron picked up a double minor for high-sticking Scott Laughton. Hayes capitalized with a quick goal on the power play just 22 seconds later to slice the lead to 2-1.

Pastrnak gave the Bruins a 3-1 advantage 33 seconds into the second period. Zdeno Chara, who, playing in his 1,000th game for the Bruins, earned an assist on Pastrnak's 36th goal, which leads the NHL.