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Fear The Fin Oct 8, 2015
The NHL will not be pursuing any disciplinary action against Milan Lucic and Logan Couture Logan Couture and Milan Lucic will not be fined or suspended for their questionable hits in last night's game, according to Jon Rosen: No further discipline for Brown/Lucic. Hockey ops spoke with the league and will talk to the players regarding the call. — Jon Rosen (@lakingsinsider) October 8, 2015 The Sharks feel that both Lucic and Kings' captain Dustin Brown should face some kind of discipline, with Peter DeBoer quoted as saying he "felt they were a couple of dangerous plays." Couture and...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Oct 8, 2015
Milan Lucic is still doing Milan Lucic things. Montreal fans will be happy he's on the worst coast, doing this in rivalry games in a different conference. After a clean hit, he went after Logan Couture and was ejected from the game. Whatta guy: The new-look Bruins open their season tonight. We still have Zac Rinaldo, so we certainly may see something rivaling this! What's your favorite Milan Lucic doing Milan Lucic things memory?
Fear The Fin Oct 8, 2015
The 2015-16 NHL season gets going in Los Angeles. Two teams coming off disappointing seasons meet in what has been one of the best rivalries in the NHL over the past few years. The Sharks made a few key additions over the offseason in Martin Jones, Paul Martin and Joel Ward while the Kings added Milan Lucic, just in case you were worried they were becoming likable. This is the second season in a row the Sharks and Kings have opened things up at Staples Center. Thankfully this one will feature less banner hanging. San Jose only plays at Staples Center once more during the regular season —...
Working the Corners | San Jose Mercury News Oct 8, 2015
Logan Couture had a smile on his face a few moments after he sent Los Angeles Kings forward Milan Lucic to the ice with a hip check late in the third period of Wednesday's 5-1 Sharks win at Staples Center.… Continue Reading →
Boston Herald Sep 22, 2015
Winger Seth Griffith fell on some tough luck Sunday night, sustaining an MCL sprain in his left knee that will sideline him 3-4 weeks.Griffith, 22, was hurt in the team’s 2-0 win against the Devils in Providence. He was a candidate for a spot on the fourth line after unexpectedly emerging as a key player early last season, skating on a line with David Krejci and Milan Lucic.
Boston Herald Sep 19, 2015
Colin Miller had barely put the finishing touches on a breakout season with the Calder Cup-winning Manchester Monarchs when he got the call from Los Angeles Kings director of player personnel Mike Futa that would change the course of his life.He was no longer a top defense prospect for the Kings. He was now a top defense prospect for the Bruins, after being shipped to the B’s with the No. 13 overall pick and goalie Martin Jones for Milan Lucic on June 26.
Boston Herald Sep 17, 2015
For a couple days this summer, many Boston sports fans took a break from their righteous indignation regarding Deflategate to aim their outrage at the Bruins.In a matter of hours on June 26, new general manager Don Sweeney traded both Dougie Hamilton and Milan Lucic — one considered a future cornerstone of the team, the other a pillar of its recent past — and did not get any established NHL players in return. The upcoming hockey season held all the hope and optimism of a David Simon miniseries.