Even though the Bruins were the victors in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, head coach Claude Julien wasn't all too pleased with his team's sloppy play.
Thursday night's effort was a different story, with the B's clinging to a one-goal lead for most of the game before scoring the second and final goal in the third period, sealing a 2-0 win in Game 3 of the conference finals.
"I think tonight's game probably resembles a lot more of what I think everybody expected from this series, two teams that make it hard for you to score, and I thought our team tonight was very good in regards to that," Julien said. "We made some stronger plays, some better decisions, and seemed a little bit more aware out there of what was going on. So comparing it to last game where I thought it was pretty sloppy, I thought we bounced back well tonight." (via WEEI)
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