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Stanley Cup coaches continue war of wits

Julien and Quenneville are looking for each and every advantage
One of Boston head coach Claude Julien’s best moves in the Stanley Cup finals was putting Chris Kelly, Daniel Paille and Tyler Seguin together in Game 2, as the trio accounted for both goals in a 2-1 overtime win. Boston then split two at home and will try and win Game 5 tonight in Chicago.
Chicago bench boss Joel Quenneville helped spark his offense by reuniting Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane in Game 4, a move that helped the Blackhawks even the series as both scored goals in a 6-5 overtime victory. Now, Chicago can win the Stanley Cup if it can protect home ice.

Stanley Cup coaches continue war of wits

One of Boston head coach Claude Julien’s best moves in the Stanley Cup finals was putting Chris Kelly, Daniel Paille and Tyler Seguin together in Game 2, as the trio accounted for both goals in a 2-1 overtime win. Boston then split two at home and will try and win Game 5 tonight in Chicago.
Chicago bench boss Joel Quenneville helped spark his offense by reuniting Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane in Game 4, a move that helped the Blackhawks even the series as both scored goals in a 6-5 overtime victory. Now, Chicago can win the Stanley Cup if it can protect home ice.
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