Boston bench boss Claude Julien wasn't pleased with his team's performance in Thursday's 4-1 win over Florida.
The team did not appear to be in sync, especially in the second period, when they allowed a shorthanded goal against for the Panthers' lone score of the contest. The Bruins have been fairly inconsistent of late and Julien wants to see a more cohesive team effort moving forward. "We may not be as sharp as people are used to seeing," he said. "We've just got to battle through those things and find that game that makes us a real good team. Right now, we're average at best. We're still finding ways to win. There's a lot to be happy about with your team, when you don't feel you played well. Through the course of a season, that's a sign of a good hockey club."