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Video: Julien focused on his players

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The Boston Bruins have toasted Vancouver Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo for 12 goals in the last two games.

Even though he allowed eight goals in Game 3 at Boston, Vancouver coach Alain Vigneault decided to keep his netminder in the game rather than giving him the hook (at Luongo’s request). Luongo was pulled in the middle of Game 4, but Vigneault made it clear that Luongo is his starting goaltender this series.

“You can bet on that, yep,” he said.

To Bruins coach Claude Julien, it doesn’t matter who is between the pipes for the opponent: