Bruins’ Julien And Chiarelli Are Clueless In Beantown

December 22nd, 2010 by Joe Gill Leave a reply »


These are just a couple of the words Bruins players have used to describe themselves as of late.

The Bruins know they are struggling and Claude Julien is also aware that there is a lack of consistent effort on the ice.

So the way to fix this problem is pretty clear.

If the Bruins cannot get up for a game against the Anaheim Ducks at home to take over first place in their division then the motivator—aka the coach—is to blame.

The “teacher” cannot teach his “pupils” how to win on home ice.

The same coach that couldn’t motivate his team in games four through seven versus Philadelphia in the playoffs last spring.

The same Claude Julien who was fired by the New Jersey Devils just days before the regular season ended.  Lou Lamoriello left the front office to coach the Devils and said the team was not ready to challenge for a Stanley Cup under Julien.

Coincidence? I think not.

This Bruins team is more talented than the one that had an epic collapse last year in the playoffs.

However, the same patt ...

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