The Boston Bruins haven’t been the most consistent bunch of late.
Boston had lost six consecutive games before beating the New York Rangers 4-2 on Saturday. Prior to that six-game skid, the B’s had won five contests in a row dating back to March 7. With a spot in the playoffs at stake, head coach Claude Julien knows his team needs to play well on a consistent basis.
That won’t be the easiest task against the Carolina Hurricanes, who enter Sunday’s contest having won their last two games.
“This team here tonight has been playing some of their best hockey,” Julien told reporters before the game. “To me, the Rangers game was a tough game. I would anticipate this one to be just as tough.”
Julien’s defenseman, Dennis Seidenberg, echoed those thoughts.
“That team has been playing really well in the last few games, so we can’t take them lightly,” Seidenberg said. “We have to play like we did yesterday.”
Hear more from Seidenberg, Julien and defenseman Adam McQuaid in the video above.
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