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Julien remains upbeat

Posted by Gregory Lee Jr. Globe Staff  May 12, 2010 10:53 PM

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PHILADELPHIA -- Bruins coach Claude Julien remains optimistic that his team can overcome blowing a 3-0 series lead to the Flyers after losing Game 6 tonight.

"I think it's a situation where the winner moves on," Julien said. "I know they won the last three. The first ten minutes they took it to us, but we settled in afterwards."

Game 7 will be Friday night at the T.D. Garden.

"I am not going to criticize the players' effort, but we got to find a way to score goals," Julien said. "We got to stay out of the box, but there were a couple of tough penalties, but we were disciplined."

When asked about a shakeup in the lineup to help create more offense due to the lack of scoring in the last two plus games, Julien said he may consider it.

"That's our job to figure it out," he said. "(Brad) Marchand has been in the AHL all season and has not played in a month and a half. We have to find ways to score earlier."

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