Amidst the backdrop of the Patriots’ parade of honor, the Boston Bruins’ head coach Claude Julien was being notified that he no longer had a role with the 2011 Stanley Cup Champions. Julien had been with the organisation since 2007 and had taken the team to two finals, bringing home one Stanley Cup. Embed from Getty Images Happier times. The internet’s reaction to Julien’s dismissal has been supportive of the former Montreal Canadiens coach, and critical of the Bruin’s timing: https://twitter.com/BruinsMafia/status/828981522401259522 https://twitter.com/Jared_Carrabis/status/828980740268388353 https://twitter.com/MikeFromWoburn/status/828964114663890945 Toronto  Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock had this to say: Coach Babcock says @NHLBruins better have someone good lined up, becauseRead More →