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Video: Julien not looking to change

BOSTON -- After enjoying their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series victory over the Montreal Canadiens, the Boston Bruins were back on the practice ice Friday morning at TD Garden in preparation for their next series against the Philadelphia Flyers.

A focus for the Bruins this morning was the power play. Boston’s PP has struggled all season and it went 0-for-21 against the Canadiens in the first round.

Bruins coach Claude Julien had both units on the ice early today. The first unit had Milan Lucic, David Krejci, Nathan Horton/Michael Ryder up front with Johnny Boychuk and Tomas Kaberle on the back end.

The second unit featured Mark Recchi, Patrice Bergeron, Rich Peverley/Brad Marchand up front with Zdeno Chara and Dennis Seidenberg on the blue line.

After practice Julien talked about the power play and the fact that the Bruins won’t need to change their game plan against their new opponent: