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After missing the playoffs, the Bruins fired GM Peter Chiarelli. The guys react to the new and debate whether or not head coach Claude Julien is next on the chopping block.
DJ Bean joins the guys to give his take on the firing of Peter Chiarelli, what the future holds for the Bruins, and why team President Cam Neely deserves some criticism for this past season.
out taking on such a role in the future, which the Bruins might be able to swing by focusing on matching lines (something Claude Julien likes to do) in addition to defensemen. “I don't think that playing 24, 25 minutes is a number that I'm
season certainly has no bearing in a winner-take-all game. What else doesn't matter? The coach-speak after Game 6. Claude Julien took the attitude that he "expects" his team to win Game 7 at home. Montreal's Michel Therrien used the cliche "anything
compared to 54.8 for Iginla and 50.4 Krejci), which may indicate that Lucic is the guy being held off the ice when Claude Julien decides to put out a second center on defensive-zone draws. For the sake of consistency, let's stick to Krejci's
given the Bruins perhaps their best roster of this run since Claude Julien came to town. Last year's team loved playing with fire ..... got to find a way to finish; it's as simple as that," Claude Julien said. "Whether it's a little bit of puck luck, whether
used to be accused of not playing the young guys enough, Claude Julien sure seems to trust his young players. To clarify, that ..... yourself with the puck, which is what you need to do.” Claude Julien doesn’t hate kids. He loves results, and he continues
While Peter Chiarelli’s fate is known, Claude Julien ’s isn’t. Cam Neely and Charlie Jacobs said in Wednesday’s press conference that a decision has still not been made on whether
and you have to deal with it and move forward, but it hasn’ t impacted my interviews, my discussions, my dealings with Claude [ Julien ]. Business as usual.” – Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli, discussing his future as the Bruins begin
Peter Chiarelli and Claude Julien held their annual breakup day press conference Monday at TD Garden. They’ re well aware it could be their last public appearance
re not having this discussion today.” There are questions about whether or not the Bruins will stick with head coach Claude Julien and general manager Peter Chiarelli. If Julien is to return, there are concerns that the players may have lost confidence in
victory. This season marks the first time the Bruins have missed the playoffs since 2006-07. It is the first season in Claude Julien ‘ s eight-year tenure as Boston head coach in which the B’ s have not qualified for the postseason. Though the Bruins