Found February 09, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Claude Julien
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
WILMINGTON, Mass. -- After suffering their worst loss of the season with a 6-0 defeat in Buffalo on Wednesday, the Bruins returned home on Thursday expecting to be put through their paces in practice. It wasn't a full bag skate, but coach Claude Julien definitely worked his players thoroughly in a practice that lasted more than an hour at Ristuccia Arena. "Certainly we need those kinds of practices once in a while to right the ship a little bit," Julien said. "Work ethic is a big part of our game and our success, and right now we don't have everybody...
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