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Shawn Thornton is now a member of the Panthers, who come to town tomorrow night. Thornton spoke about Claude Julien's control of the Bruins locker room, and his own team playing his former team on Tuesday night.
of the group, myself included.” Also a major topic of late with the Bruins is the job security for both Chiarelli and Claude Julien . Unlike past seasons, the final games of the regular-season have much more importance and therefore Chiarelli is in a different
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
with Adam McQuaid, Torey Krug with Dennis Seidenberg and Matt Bartkowski with Zach Trotman. As was also the case Thursday, Claude Julien wasn’ t afraid to move guys around in-game. Trotman skated most of his shifts the first two periods with Chara, which
trouble right now. They’ll have to dig down.” Cherry, a former coach of the Bruins, does not blame current coach Claude Julien for the B’s underwhelming season. “Listen, it’s not Julien’s fault, he’s not going out telling them to not score
getting closer, so I’ m expecting to be back a few games before this regular season [ends], but we’ ll see.” Claude Julien wasn’ t overly forthright regarding Connolly’ s timetable and whether he’ s ahead of schedule. He did say the Bruins have
David Krejci will take warmups and is “probable” to play Thursday night against the Ducks, Claude Julien said after the Bruins’ morning skate. Krejci, who has missed the last 15 games with a partially torn MCL, will play right
team. “Missing playoffs always costs somebody their job,” Roenick said. “I hope that’s not the case, I think [ Claude Julien and Peter Chiarelli] have been very good. But I would worry about Chiarelli’s job if they miss, because if you look