Claude Julien Does Best to Please Everyone During Day With Stanley Cup, Brings It to Hometown in Ontario


With lofty expectations since arriving in Boston and frequent criticism over the years, Claude Julien knows how it feels to try to please everyone. But while he admits it's usually impossible, the Bruins head coach did what he could when it came to spending his day with the Stanley Cup.

Julien brought Lord Stanley to his hometown of Navan, Ontario, where he shared his experience with family, friends and fans.

The Cup will next head to Quebec on Monday, when it will be in the hands of Patrice Bergeron. Dennis Seidenberg and team president Cam Neely will get it after that.

To hear what Julien had to say about his day with the Cup, check out the video above from NESN Daily.

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