The Bruins’ lopsided loss to the Canucks on Saturday night wasn’t exactly the return to Vancouver they were hoping for.
The B’s took the ice at the Rogers Arena for the first time since winning the Cup in Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final, only to be blown out by their cross-conference foes, 6-2. The score wasn’t pretty, but Claude Julien was proud of how his team played against a team that has been hot of late.
Julien noted that the biggest difference in the game was that the Canucks were able to capitalize on their scoring chances while the B’s failed to do so, but he applauded the Bruins’ overall effort in the tough loss.
Check out the above video to hear more from Julien after the game.