The Bruins were frustrated during their Tuesday night matchup with the Carolina Hurricanes, which they lost 4-1, and that frustration showed.

Head coach Claude Julien said after the game that the B's started off well but eventually let frustration get the better of them, which is pattern he's seen early on this season. Julien said the Bruins need to take responsibility for their own actions and stop shooting themselves in the foot.

Julien also responded to the game misconduct he received in the third period on Tuesday. He said he wish he knew why he was ejected and speculates that it was because he shook his head after Milan Lucic's game misconduct.

To hear more from Julien, check out the video above from NESN Daily.