Jim Montgomery

Boston Bruins Head Coach Rips Into The Team At Practice Today

Published March 13, 2024 at 6:58 PM

Following a demoralizing 5-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues, the Boston Bruins convened for an optional practice at TD Garden, seeking solace and strategy. Coach Jim Montgomery's frustration was palpable, his impassioned demeanor and colorful expressions capturing the intensity of the moment, as noted by insider Fluto Shinzawa. Amidst the somber mood, gestures of solidarity emerged, with Brad Marchand and Montgomery welcoming David Pastrnak to practice—a poignant display of unity.

Jim Montgomery is using lots of bad language so far in practice.

As the practice unfolded, Montgomery's focus sharpened, urging his team to
"refine our game"
"consistently find our game."
With their upcoming clash against the Montreal Canadiens looming large, his message resonated, igniting urgency and determination.

«Continue to refine our game, continue to get better and to consistently be able to find our game, no matter if we're playing well, to continue it, or if we have started the game poorly, to get to it right away.»

In the crucible of practice, amidst admonition and encouragement, the Bruins found themselves at a pivotal juncture—a moment to regroup, recalibrate, and reaffirm their commitment to excellence. As they departed the ice, Montgomery's impassioned directives lingered, serving as a rallying cry for redemption and resurgence in the battles ahead.

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