Found June 16, 2013 on NESN.com:
Bruins head coach Claude Julien usually isn’t one to make too many in-game adjustments with his lineup. He did so, on a hunch, Saturday night in Game 2 of Stanley Cup Final, and that’s arguably the biggest reason the B’s are headed back to Boston with the series tied 1-1. After a horrible start to Game 2 where the Bruins were practically run out of the building by the Blackhawks, Julien shuffled his lines a bit. Julien adjusted his third line, putting Daniel Paille and Tyler Seguin on the wings with Chris Kelly centering those two. The results were pretty fantastic for the Bruins. The line ended up scoring both goals, including Paille’s overtime game-winner as the B’s won 2-1 to send the series back to TD Garden tied at one game apiece. Julien obviously didn’t like what he saw after a first period that saw the Bruins outshot 19-4 by Chicago, including the game’s first goal off the stick of Patrick Sharp. After a little “chat” with his team during the first intermission, Julien chang...
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