Found January 31, 2014 on BruinsLife:
Coach Claude Julien did not hold back when asked to asses how his team played Thursday night versus Montreal. And he was not alone.Speaking post-game, Julien and many of the players voiced their displeasure with their effort given in the matchup with the hated Canadiens.Julien:It was three things for me, we didn’t skate well tonight, we didn’t make good decisions, and we didn’t execute well. When you have none of those three things, you’re not going to win too many hockey games. So that was absent in our game tonight, and we certainly didn’t pick a good night to play that kind of game, but the results are from a lack of those three things.Julien also got a little testy when asked why he pulled Tuukka Rask, avoiding the 'goalie controversy' line and instead shifting the focus to the entire team:It’s a lot of everything…That’s a decision that I make, and I don’t feel I have to explain every time. I don’t think I have to explain myself why I pull the goalie...This isn’t going t...
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