Found September 04, 2013 on Days of Y'Orr:
PLAYERS: Claude Julien
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
Since 24/7 has been such a huge hit among fans for the NHL Winter Classic, it's not surprising more shows like this would pop up. The Bruins/NESN and whoever Alex and Ani are, are presenting Behind the B which promises to give fans "an unprecidented access into the team's locker room, executive boardroom, and player's homes." Can't wait. The hour-long premiere starts off in the Bruins locker room on June 24, 2013 with Head Coach Claude Julien consoling his charges following the team’s heartbreaking Game 6 loss in the Stanley Cup Final. Viewers will then join Neely, General Manager Peter Chiarelli and the rest of the club’s hockey operations brass in the boardroom and witness the sensitive discussions, phone calls and debates that were held before the major roster moves took place this offseason.    Later in Episode One, fans will get to know some of the new faces on the Bruins squad, as those players prepare for their first season as members of ...
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