An injury to center Patrice Bergeron forced Bruins coach Claude Julien to shake up his highly productive second line Thursday night. Luckily for the B’s, that unit was able to retain its explosiveness even with the team’s best overall forward on the bench.
Tyler Seguin shifted back to his natural position to take Bergeron’s spot in the middle, and newcomer Jaromir Jagr stepped in on the wing and quickly made his presence felt. The future Hall of Famer showed no hesitation in flying toward the net, and it paid off in the form of his first goal as a Bruin — the only offense needed in a 1-0 win over New Jersey.
Julien joined Naoko Funayama postgame to discuss the line shakeup, Jagr’s debut and more from the victory. Check out the full interview in the video above.