WILMINGTON -- Claude Julien's third-period line changes on Wednesday night in Montreal certainly paid off, as Tyler Seguin's move up to the top line with David Krejci and Milan Lucic helped produced a pair of goals in the opening minutes of the third.
A day later, the Bruins' coach was hesitant to make a decision as to whether or not he would keep the new lines together, or put Nathan Horton back with Krejci and Lucic.
"We don't want to overlook the fact that that line with Horton, Lucic, and Krejci, was our best line," said Julien on Thursday. "Last night, it's not that they were bad. It's just that it wasn't generating much, and neither was the other line. So we made that kind of switch.
"It's something that I have to think about, for sure. Do I try it a little longer, or do I go back to our regular lines? If the same thing happens, at least I can always switch again. It's something that, thank God I have a couple of days to think about. And hopefully the decision will be the right one.
"Yesterday was just a reaction thing on my part," added Julien. "I was trying to create more offensive scoring chances. And I think both guys, even though Tyler scored on the first shift, Nathan had a great chance in his first shift with the other line. It was just a bit of a spark, and sometimes it's what you need. It's nice to know that you can move guys around like that and there's still some good things happening out there."