Michel Goulet scored two goals and substitute goalie John Garrett turned back 33 shots as the Quebec Nordiques routed the Boston Bruins, 7-2, last night in Quebec City.

The Stastny brothers, Peter, Marian and Anton, each scored once as Quebec evened the Adams Division final series at two games each.

The Nordiques, who lost the first two games at Boston, forced the series back to the Boston Garden for Game 5 Wednesday and assured that they will be back in Quebec for Game 6 Friday.

Goulet scored back-to-back goals in a two-minute span of the second period to help Quebec to a 5-0 lead. Garrett, substituting for the ailing Dan Bouchard, extended his mastery over Boston to 64 consecutive shutout minutes before Bruce Crowder scored at 11:55.

Marian Stastny fought off defenseman Ray Bourque of the Bruins to put a 20-footer past rookie goalie Mike Moffat to open the scoring at 8:10 of the first period. Then, 34 seconds later, Wilf Paiement beat Moffat with a long wrist shot.

The Nordiques scored four times in the second period. Real Cloutier scored his fourth goal of the playoffs early in the period with a hard slap shot from just inside the blueline.

Goulet gave Quebec a 4-0 lead at 8:53 on a power play when he was left unattended in front of the net.

Goulet made it 5-0 on a breakaway with the Nordiques playing shorthanded at 10:51. After Crowder's goal at 11:55, Anton Stastny made it 6-1 at 18:49.

The Bruins put Rogie Vachon in goal in the final period and Peter Stastny scored at 2:30.