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Claude Julien Adjusts Bruins' Lines

The status quo clearly isn't working for the Boston Bruins, who are off to a disappointing 3-6-0 start and are in fifth place in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference. As a result, head coach Claude Julien has made some changes in the team's lines once again.

Per ESPN's Joe McDonald, here were the sweater combinations from the Bruins' 45-minute, fast-paced practice on Friday morning.  Milan Lucic, David Krejci and Nathan Horton made up the white line, Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron and Tyler Seguin made up the gold line and Jordan Caron, Chris Kelly and Rich Peverley make up the gray line for Julien.

Boston is coming off of a closely contested 2-1 loss to the rival Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night, and the team prepares to face the same Canadiens team, this time in Montreal, on Saturday night. Boston took an early 1-0 lead but gave up goals in the second and third periods in the loss.

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