Found April 07, 2013 on Days of Y'Orr:
  Last night we saw Jaromir Jagr get dropped down to play with Daniel Paille and Gregory Campbell because of reasons, or as Claude Julien calls it -- defense first. From CSNNE: “This is a big game and [Montreal] is a good team that’s very good in the offensive zone,” said Julien. “I don’t think Tyler was ready for that. So I had to put a centerman there with some experience, and put [Seguin] back on the wing. I thought [Jagr] had a good night with Campbell and Paille, two guys that work hard. I thought it stabilized three lines, but one line didn’t give us much. So the lines got all ****** up 'cause of it. Sure, Campbell and Paille worked hard with Jagr. Those two always work hard; no denying that. But their offensive talent isn't on the same level as Seguin or Marchand or Horton or Krejci. And Boston lost 2-1 'cause of it, though it could've easily been 0-0 the way those goals were scored. But Julien isn't quite done yet. He shook up the lines fo...
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