Found May 05, 2013 on NESN.com:
Claude Julien summed up the Bruins’ Game 2 loss to the Maple Leafs as “one of those games,” and it’s hard not to agree with him after the final horn. Boston had several good chances against Toronto but failed to capitalize, while the Maple Leafs took advantage of some of the Bruins’ mistakes en route to a 4-2 victory. While speaking with NESN’s Naoko Funayama after the game, Julien stressed the need to turn the next page while pointing out that it is a seven-game series that will determine a winner. Check out the video above for more postgame platitudes from the Bruins coach.
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