Coach Claude Julien may shuffle lines as he tries to spark the slumping Boston Bruins.
A return home may be enough.
The Bruins look to continue their success at TD Garden and make it five straight wins there against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday night in the back end of a home-and-home set.
Boston (20-7-3) capped a 1-3-0 road trip by losing 3-2 to Toronto (17-12-3) on Saturday, ending the club's eight-game winning streak in the series.
Julien is more worried about the Bruins' sputtering offense, which managed six goals while going 0 for 9 on the power play over the last four games. They outshot the Maple Leafs 33-13, but failed to score until the third period.
That's reason enough for Julien to shake up his lines.
"Because I can. Because I'm the coach. And every once in a while, you've got to do those things. Simple as that," Julien told the team's official website. "Well, we've scored six goals in the last four games, so I think it's time for a shake-up."
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