Claude Juliens three year contract extension only shows that the Bruins buy into his system and it shows. In his time as Bruins coach the Bruins coach has compiled a 256 144 record and a .632 winning %. With one Stanley Cup victory in 2011 followed by a Stanley Cup loss to the Black Hawks in 2012 not to mention a game seven loss to the Canadiens in 2013. Juliens tenure is longer than long time Bruin coach Harry Sinden, Art Ross. Don Cherry one of the most popular Bruin coaches ever with a 105 64- record and a .632 winning % No coach however has been on top of the mountain twice with two Stanley Cup victories. Harry Sinden and Tommy Johnson did it in the seventies but each one one cup a piece. Overall in the B’s history the Bruins have won six Stanley Cups. Last season the Bruins compiled the best record in hockey and qualified for the prestigeous Presidents Cup.Overall the tandem of Julien and Chiarelli works well together. The only knock on this administration has been their drafting and exercising patients with their young players. The latest Bruin to get criticized heavily for not playing the Bruin way is Tyler Seguin. In eighty games with Dallas last season Seguin played in eighty games and posted 37 goals and 44 assist but had only 18 penalty minutes all season. The latest young player Julien has shown impatients with is center Ryan Spooner. Spooner played terrific in the exhibition season posting three goals. Only to be overlooked by Julien who criticizes his two way play. With the league changing and going to more of a finesse league the B;s management have to wonder if a shortage of patients will bring future Stanley Cups.