Boston Bruins head coach Claude Julien has an appealing Everyman quality to him. He is rarely bombastic, mostly understated and often affable, but he's never, ever at ease in the spotlight. He was asked Sunday if there was some ego that lurked somewhere deep inside that craved attention. "No," he said. Why? "Because I don't care about that part of it. I enjoy my work. If I could come to work every day, do this stuff, then walk out of the rink and nobody knew who I was, I'd be the happiest guy in the world. That's just the way I am. It's my personality," Julien said.