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Claude Julien’s Record Speaks For Itself And Other Leftover Bruins Thoughts

by on June 8, 2013

CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — I just keep coming back to the fact that the Bruins lost to the Maple Leafs.

They lost. It was over. The season was over. The future of every part of the entire franchise was in question. A summer of boring, overly dramatic story lines was upon us in the second week of May. The Stanley Cup win in 2011 was an aberration. Claude and Chiarelli? Perhaps done in Boston, who really knows? The core of players, perhaps in need of a mix-up, I don’t know.

All I knew was that the Bruins had lost Game 7, and the season was over.

Of course, you know what happened in the final 11 minutes of regulation and six minutes of overtime in Game 7. The three-goal comeback and OT winner by Patrice Bergeron revived a team that had been pronounced clinically dead and turned them into the best…

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