Bruins Aren’t About to Feel Sorry for Themselves

Bruins Aren't About to Feel Sorry for Themselves The Bruins suffered another loss to the Rangers, this time a 3-1 defeat at the TD Garden in Boston’s North End.

Despite the B’s losing their second contest to the Rangers in just six days, head coach Claude Julien and the Bruins aren’t about to host a pity party, as they head to the west coast for three games in California.

“It was one of those situations where you need a perfect game to win,” he told Naoko Funayama after the loss. “You make sure you dont hang your head — that’s the last thing you want to do is feel sorry for yourself.”

Check out the rest of Julien’s postgame interview with Naoko, who is keeping tabs on everything Bruins via Twitter, below:

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