By Joe Haggerty
WILMINGTON It wasnt the punitive bag skate that some assumed it might be, but the Bruins ran through a comprehensive Sunday morning practice focused on getting traffic to the front of the net and getting shots through from their defensemen.Every player was accounted for on the ice, and coach Claude Julien intimated that the hands-off approach to his hockey team has come to an end.A few weeks ago, on the heels of a winning streak, the Bruins might have earned the Sunday off. But Julien says his team needs to break bad habits after losing six of its last seven games.When you us playing the way we are, I dont think were mentally ready to play, said Julien. We have to understand there is a lot of work to do. There is too much of a comfort level right now. We have to understand that if we assume everything is going to be okay then were going to be disappointed in the end.Pretty sure everybody knows what Julien is referencing when he talks about the end.The latest indignity was a one-sided 5-2 loss to the Maple Leafs that featured little fighting spirit when it mattered, and both Tim Thomas and Tuukka Rask melting down on the Air Canada Centre ice.Several Bruins confirmed that Rask did indeed go berserk and yelled at Dennis Seidenberg after he surrendered Torontos fifth goal in the second period, but apologized shortly afterward to completely defuse a touchy situation.