VANCOUVER — While an argument could be made by some for Tyler Seguin  to be taken out of the Bruins’ lineup, coach Claude Julien  spoke like a man who wasn’t ready to take that action on Saturday.
Seguin played 6:21 in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup  finals, and including that contest, his two lowest career time-on-ice totals have come against the Canucks. The rookie has also been held with out the point the last six games, but when asked about Shawn Thornton  Saturday, Julien didn’t give off the impression that the fourth-line enforcer would be in the lineup.
“Every game is about making decisions here… We’re in a position where we have to make decisions based on our needs, what has to happen,” Julien said. “We’ve at points envisioned a guy like Tyler, the way he played [early in the Eastern Conference finals], we had to keep him in the lineup.
“As games go on, we make decisions. What I’m saying today might be different tomorrow, so on, so forth.”
Seguin exploded with six points in the first two games of the conference finals, which were his first two career playoff games. It took a Patrice Bergeron  concussion suffered in Game 4 vs. the Flyers for Seguin to even get his chance to play, and he doesn’t want to go back to the press box.
“I’m taking advantage of all opportunities I’ve been given,” Seguin said. “I don’t want to go back to the feeling of almost waiting for an
injury for you to get a chance to play. That’s not the emotional state I want to be in. I’m trying to stay away from that.”