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Boston coach Claude Julien urges Bruins to leave it all on the ice in Game 7

Tuesday, 05.13.2014 / 2:25 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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Boston coach Claude Julien urges Bruins to leave it all on the ice in Game 7

BOSTON - Boston coach Claude Julien say he wants his Bruins to have no regrets when it comes to Game 7 with the Canadiens.

That means playing desperate. Giving it your all and not holding back.

Julien says only then can you walk away knowing you gave it your best shot.

Wednesday's Game 7 is the 25th for the Bruins and 23rd for Montreal.

Boston's record in seventh-game deciders is 13-11, including 12-7 at home. Montreal is 13-9 overall and 5-6 away from home.

Maybe the most important numbers are 112-40. That's the records for teams that score first in a Game 7.

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