2011 Stanley Cup Finals: Post-Game 1 Reaction from Claude Julien of Boston
VANCOUVER - After the disappointing end to Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals for the Boston Bruins, Head Coach Claude Julien spoke with the media:
On the Alex Burrows biting incident:
"I haven't seen it, to be honest with you. I haven't had time to look at that stuff right now. I'm going by what Patrice told me.
Obviously there was something that happened. I guess I'll save my comments for after I see it.
But if that's the case, it's a classless move, not something players should be doing at this level anyway."
On the Canucks controlling the third period:
"Yeah. I think we played a real good road game, to be honest with you. To be in the situation we were after two periods, I didn't mind it, especially against this hockey club.
I thought our PK did a great job against their power-play. Timmy made the big saves when he had to. Like I said, for two periods, I was pretty pleased. Obviously, third period they were the better team and they ended up scoring that goal.
It got away from us, but we still got an opportunity here in the next game to hopefully get that one and kind of get the home-ice advantage."
On the again impotent Bruins power play:
"Again, I think our power-play was better tonight than it had been in a while. We spent a lot of time, we had some shots, had some opportunities, had some chances.
We didn't score.
Obviously when your power-play isn't doing well, people are going to criticize because you didn't score."
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