WILMINGTON -- Looking to shake up a stagnant hockey team, Claude Julien made some subtle changes to the forward lines at Bruins practice on Wednesday morning. Julien shuttled an underperforming Milan Lucic down to the second line with David Krejci and Blake Wheeler, and bumped Michael Ryder up alongside Marc Savard and Marco Sturm. The move allows Sturm to switch over to his natural left wing position on Boston's top line, and gives Lucic a little something to think about after playing without his normal fire through the last few games. For more notes from B's practice, check in with the Big Bad Blog.
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