Injured Bruins Need a Healthy Attitude.

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you can get a better read on them the next day.”

“There’s really only two ways to look at injuries. You can start feeling sorry for yourself as a group, or do something about it,” said Marty Turco. “Guys step up.

“It’s a tough league, every night is brutal unless you can be thinking, get out and play and be confident. This team is no different. “

Though he doesn’t feel his Team is skating in quicksand, the Bench Boss is feeling an ongoing frustration, as his team prepared to head south for Tuesday’s encounter with the Lightning.
“I think it’s disappointing that we had to dig ourselves out of a hole, but I think with the situation we have tonight — short bench, down to three lines and five D — our guys battled hard,” said Head Coach Claude Julien of the B’s 5-2 setback at the hands of the Penguins in Pittsburgh.

 

March 11, 2012; Pittsburgh,PA, USA: Pittsburgh Penguins wingers Matt Cooke (left rear) and Tyler Kennedy (center right) battle against Boston Bruins players David Krejci (46) and Zdeno Chara (33) for a loose puck during the second period at the CONSOL Energy Center. The Pens won 5-2. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USPRESSWIRE

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