The majority of Boston Bruins fans woke up Tuesday morning ready to cheer on their beloved New England Patriots at the Champions Parade. And the majority of Boston Bruins fans woke up Tuesday morning not knowing that the Claude Julien era was coming to an end.
The Boston Bruins have had a disappointing two seasons. After winning the President’s Trophy in 2014, they would go on to miss the postseason two years in a row.
And this year it’s looking as if that might happen again.
The Bruins, as of right now, are out of a playoff spot; one point out of the last wild card spot and fourth in the atlantic division.
A change was needed within the organization...but was changing the coach the solution?
Many Bruins fans would disagree and blame the management for where the Bruins currently stand. Others are happy that Claude is gone and are willing to hopefully see a change in production on Thursday as the Bruins host the Sharks in Bruce Cassidy’s first game as head coach.
Regardless of your opinion, a change was necessary to send a message to the players, and hopefully this season will turn around.
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