Bruins coach Claude Julien declined to comment on the report from SportsNet’s Elliotte Friedman on Saturday night that the coach had agreed to terms on a three-year contract extension.
After the Bruins beat the Ottawa Senators on Saturday, coach Claude Julien refused to comment on the report that he had signed a three-year extension.
Bruins coach Claude Julien on Monday was asked about a couple rules changes that were put in this year that will most affect his team.
First he was asked about diving and the new rules where potential diving plays can be reviewed and result in fines for players, and eventually, coaches. Obviously this becomes a bigger issue when you play in the same division as the Montreal Canadiens.
BOLTON — Bruins coach Claude Julien always says that the only players he’s concerned about during the season are the ones that are healthy and available for his lineup.
He made it clear Tuesday prior to teeing off at the Bruins’ annual charity golf tournament at The International that his philosophy also applies to unsigned defenseman Torey Krug and forward Reilly Smith.
In an environment where everyone was expecting that Bruins coach Claude Julien and his staff could be near their end of days had the Bruins not made their miracle comeback Monday in Game 7 against Toronto, general manager Peter Chiarelli obviously wanted to restate his confidence in those he’s placed behind his team’s bench to steer this club into the second round and beyond.
The Bruins have won 58 percent of the draws through three games of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series against Toronto.
In the aftermath of the Bruins taking a 2-1 series lead Monday night in Game 3, there was some talk about cheating on the draws, and center Tyler Bozak even admitted that the Bruins were just cheating better than him.
Most of his players from the last couple seasons’ worth of rosters have done it, so why not the coach?
Following in the footsteps of the majority of his key Bruins players, head coach Claude Julien today agreed to a multi-year contract extension with the club.
BOSTON — No one was expected Bruins president Cam Neely to bring out his hatchet during his end-of-year media conference at TD Garden Thursday and chop away everyone involved in Boston’s first-round flameout a week ago against Washington.
And in fact, Neely expressed confidence and approval when it came to the performance of his head coach and general manager.
Even before he learned that he would be without star center Nicklas Backstrom due to a one-game suspension for cross checking Rich Peverley in the head, Washington head coach Dale Hunter came out with the claims that Backstrom was protecting himself and that the Bruins were targeting Backstrom’s head in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series between the teams.
Today Bruins head coach Claude Julien had a chance to respond to Hunter’s comments on the second off day before tomorrow night’s Game 4, with the Bruins now leading the series, 2-1.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Just because the Bruins and Montreal Canadiens are mortal enemies doesn’t mean there isn’t room for some empathy between members of both organizations.
Bruins head coach Claude Julien, who is bilingual but was still once fired as coach of the Habs, can see both sides of the situation involving Randy Cunneyworth and the issue of him not speaking French. Cunneyworth was hired last month as interim head coach after the firing of Jacques Martin.
Here’s a short video to cheer you up on a gloomy Sunday morning.
WILMINGTON, Mass — Bruins head coach Claude Julien took in a couple sessions of the team’s development camp over the last couple days at Ristuccia Arena.
Regardless of what you think about his system or personality, there’s no denying that Bruins head coach Claude Julien can now be counted among the best leaders of men in sports.
BOSTON — The days of speculating about his job security are long over.
Bruins head coach Claude Julien is fully ensconced in his job now that he’s led the organization to its first Stanley Cup championship in 39 years.
VANCOUVER — The coaches and one manager of Boston’s four major sports teams keep close tabs on one another over the course of the seasons.