Why Claude Julien Is the Perfect Coach for the Boston Bruins

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Why Claude Julien Is the Perfect Coach for the Boston Bruins
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Claude Julien is now strongly identified as one of the greatest Bruins coaches of all time.

With 268 wins behind the bench for the Bruins, he is second to only Art Ross (361), having passed Bruins legends Don Cherry (231) and Milt Schmidt (245) in the last year.

Julien has coached the Bruins to the Stanley Cup Final in two of the past three years, winning the Cup in 2011 before losing last June to the Chicago Blackhawks.

Julien has been under fire at various points in his career with the Bruins after getting fired from two previous head coaching jobs in Montreal and New Jersey.

However, he is now firmly entrenched in Boston and is the perfect coach for the Bruins.

 

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