Claude Julien's calm approach pays off
BOSTON -- After the Boston Bruins fell behind 2-0 in their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series with the Montreal Canadiens, coach Claude Julien told his team, as he had all season, to relax. Despite the fact the Bruins would be playing Games 3 and 4 in Montreal at the Bell Centre, where they had failed to win all season, Julien said he told them he believed in them, to stay calm and play their game.
Then he turned the floor over to veteran Mark Recchi, who had been in the exact same ...
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