There’s offense to be had from the Bruins’ 23 skaters that practiced yesterday at Ristuccia Arena.

Coach Claude Julien is convinced of it.

One of the few ways he has at his disposal to try to squeeze more goals out of his club is again juggling the lines. However, an offense that has scored two or fewer goals in eight of the last 11 games probably won’t score more without a change in mindset.

“We need to find ways to score more goals,” Julien said after a practice focused on scoring chances and shots on net. “Our group here is capable of scoring more goals. And we know there’s some guys that aren’t scoring that normally score. And it’s been a bit of a story for us this year. So we’ve got to find ways to get them to produce and a lot of it is support and a lot of it is wanting to take pucks to the net, whether it’s carrying it, via shots or being passing it with net-front presence. So I think we can do a lot of those things that will help us get more offense.”

The Bruins woke up yesterday after their 2-1 loss Saturday night in Montreal to the first-place Canadiens with the league’s 14th-ranked offense at 2.65 goals per game.

Milan Lucic heads into tonight’s game at the Garden against the Carolina Hurricanes having scored once in his last 22 games. Brad Marchand has scored twice in his last 17 and Tyler Seguin has two goals in his last 10. The latest incarnation of the forward lines featured Marchand skating with Gregory Campbell and newcomer Jaromir Jagr. Seguin skated on right wing with combinations featuring Jay Pandolfo, Daniel Paille and Chris Kelly, who is hoping to return in short order from a broken leg. Lucic, David Krejci and Nathan Horton stayed together.

Kelly and Patrice Bergeron’s injuries, in addition to the trade for Jagr, have discombobulated things a bit.