WILMINGTON, Mass. — While Milan Lucic led the Bruins with 30 goals this season, none of his shots found the back of the net in any of the Bruins’ final 10 games.
If you want to see every Bruins playoff game this spring live and have a chance to eat dinner with Boston forward Milan Lucic, there’s a raffle going on right now that’s for you.
Toronto’s Jay Rosehill knows now that although Milan Lucic is a 30-goal, 30-assist man, the Bruins winger is no pushover in the physicality department.
BOSTON — Just when it seemed like the Bruins-Montreal rivalry had shifted from a war of words back to a hockey battle, Mark Recchi and Milan Lucic took to the airwaves Wednesday and accused the Canadiens of embellishing the severity of Max Pacioretty’s injury.
BOSTON — The Bruins needed some insurance while protecting a one-goal lead tonight against New Jersey.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Considering a Montreal player had been rushed to the hospital a period earlier, it seemed a tad inappropriate that at the tail end of the Bruins’ 4-1 loss last night Milan Lucic was trying to challenge Benoit Pouliot to a fight.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — The Tampa Bay Lightning, and specifically center Dominic Moore, might beg to differ, but Bruins forward Milan Lucic says he let up when he went at Moore with his stick high during a second-period scrum last night.
BOSTON — Playing professional sports comes with more perks than just the ability to make millions playing a game and traveling the country.
If you were searching for a movie-style title for this Bruins season thus far, one you might consider would be “Lucic Unleashed.”
Do the Marc Savard-less Bruins have a legitimate No. 1 line that makes opposing defenses shiver every time it hops over the boards?
If you watched the game on NESN tonight, you know that the Calgary Flames were “red hot” and “on fire.”
BOSTON — Milan Lucic said at the start of the season he wanted to reach 20 goals.
It took the Bruins winger just 47 games played to reach that mark.
BOSTON — Both Mark Stuart and Milan Lucic scored goals in their return to the Bruins’ lineup today at TD Garden.
However, only one of the scores counted.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli had the following statement today regarding Milan Lucic’s hearing with the NHL about the winger’s match penalty from Thursday night.
According to reports, Bruins forward Milan Lucic will meet his day of reckoning Sunday, Boxing Day, with the NHL over his sucker-punch of Atlanta defenseman Freddy Meyer in Thursday night’s third-period melee.