WILMINGTON, Mass. — We won’t know if the Bruins have learned anything over the last two days since their defeat in Montreal Saturday until around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night.

But at least what they learned during their lengthy video session Sunday seemed to carry over to practice today at Ristuccia Arena.

“It was a good, hard-working practice,” said Julien after the session. “I think we touched on some of the things that we want to get better at. And that’s practice and now it’s important to put it into play. Tomorrow night’s our opportunity to get better and give ourselves a chance to win some games by doing the right things.”

The Bruins, who host Ottawa tomorrow, kept together their same lines and D pairs from the end of the Montreal loss, but tweaked their power play with Patrice Bergeron moving back to the point today in practice. Bergeron was joined by Joe Corvo. Up front was Brad Marchand, Rich Peverley and Tyler Seguin. The other power-play quintet consisted of Zdeno Chara and Dennis Seidenberg on the points with the line of David Krejci, Milan Lucic and Nathan Horton up front.