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Stanley Cup of Chowder Apr 17, 2015

Tough Choices on Tougher Players

Has Milan Lucic played his last game in a Boston Bruins uniform? When you think of the Bruins, you think of Milan Lucic. When fans and media outside of Boston think of the Bruins, they think of Milan Lucic. Broken panes of glass, epic playoff comebacks, handshakes gone awry, sticks to the pelvic region. Lucic, Lucic, Lucic, and Lucic. One of the most polarizing players for the Bruins over the last decade also happens to be one of their best skaters in the 26-year-old Vancouver native. But with the season now over, and Milan going into the final year of his three-year, $18-million-dollar...
Boston Herald Apr 14, 2015
Lucic’s return no sure thing

Lucic’s return no sure thing

The case for trading Milan Lucic can be defended on both hockey and financial grounds.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Apr 13, 2015

Fresh Links: NEXT! Edition

The Bruins have earned a long summer to rest, heal, and collect their thoughts. The good news? Summer is officially here! Here are a few points to bear in mind as the Bruins gear down for the summer. Burning down the house has never served NHL teams well. [SouthCoastToday] It wasn't ALL bad. And the Bruins are simply going to have to evolve just as the NHL game has.  Milan Lucic 's future may be the key to the team's future. [HockeyBuzz] Let's talk the Jacobs family down off the precipice. Peter Chiarelli and Claude Julien earned a pass by having cleaned up YOUR blunder in...

Fresh Links: Hello, Joe Edition

Joe Morrow will join the Bruins at The Joe Lewis Arena this evening. Much depends upon tonight's outcome. The Red Wings host the Bruins tonight at 7:30 in a battle for third place in the Atlantic Division.    Warm up with this game day preview. Bonus: Keep an eye on Milan Lucic , and a Slovakian who is NOT Zdeno Chara . [BruinsDaily]  Hello, Joe! Joe Morrow is on his way to join the Bruins from Providence. [Bruins.NHL]  Things look to be trending better for the Bruins recently. Here are a few key reasons why. [BostonHerald]  The final pieces are being put into place for the Bruins...
Boston Globe Apr 1, 2015

Watch: Bruins Grinding Towards Playoffs

CineSport’s Brian Clark asks Boston.com’s Jeff Pini how the Lucic-Spooner-Pastrnak line is carrying the Bruins, and what the team needs to do to lock up a playoff berth.

Fresh Links: Nine Lives Edition

Just like the proverbial cat, the Bruins are stayin' alive The Bruins were 'bouyed by the boys' in last night's win over the Panthers.     Cam Neely's reaction from the box should tell you everything you need to know. Torey Krug came-this-close to a goal. Here's the GIF recap of the game. [Boston.com]  Shhhhhh! A "secret message" sparked the Bruins to their third period press to win. [TheBostonGlobe]  Take five... observations from the game. After that ever-so-patient backhander, Loui Eriksson became the third Bruin to tally 20 goals this season. [WEEI]  March heirs? The Milan Lucic...
Boston Globe Apr 1, 2015

Milan Lucic Embracing 'Veteran' Role With Pastrnak, Spooner

The trio has carried the B’s offense for the entire month.
Litter Box Cats Apr 1, 2015

Bruins 3-2 win delivers near-fatal blow to Panthers playoff chances

Lucic can "B" your hero, baby.. He can't kiss away our pain. Milan Lucic scored with a 1:09 remaining in regulation time to give the Boston Bruins a titanic 3-2 win over the Florida Panthers last night at TD Garden. The loss dealt a huge blow to the Cats playoff hopes, leaving the club six points behind the Bruins with just five games left on the regular-season slate. After Torey Krug hit the post early in the frame and David Krejci rang one off the iron later, Boston registered the only goal of the opening period at 16:57 on veteran forward Loui Eriksson's twentieth of the season. Carl...
Boston Herald Apr 1, 2015
For Milan Lucic, ‘It’s clicked’

For Milan Lucic, ‘It’s clicked’

On the night that 18-year-old rookie David Pastrnak quite rightly won the Seventh Player Award as the Bruin whose performance most exceeded expectations, it was hard not to think about the many players who fell far short of expectations for much of this season.The list of disappointments certainly included Milan Lucic, who had just six goals at the midway point, not the sort of production management had in mind for a player making $6 million.To be fair, Lucic had plenty of company in the underachieving category.
Boston Globe Apr 1, 2015

Watch: Milan Lucic’s Game-Winning Goal Secures Bruins Comeback Win

Past and present Seventh Player Award winners stepped up for the Bruins in what may go down as one of the defining games of the team’s season.

PAINFUL, COSTLY LOSS: Panthers give up late goal, watch Bruins gain playoff ground with 3-2 win ... Jaromir Jagr injures hand, played in third

TWITTER: @GeorgeRichards BOSTON -- As the lights flashed, the bass pumped and the home team celebrated, Roberto Luongo stayed down on his knees with his head hung low. A shot from Milan Lucic had just zipped through Luongo's legs and...
Boston Herald Mar 31, 2015
Bruins Lucic thrives as line leader

Bruins Lucic thrives as line leader

Milan Lucic has not had the season he (or the team) wanted. He has 17 goals and likely will continue the scoring decline that began with his career-high 30 in 2010-11. With just one season left on his contract, his future with the Bruins is uncertain.But right now, the rugged Vancouver native is providing something that the B’s desperately need from him — leadership.
Boston Globe Mar 28, 2015

Milan Lucic Kicks Bruins Past Rangers in Much Needed Win

The Bruins' big power forward played one of his best games of the year in a big win over the Rangers.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Mar 28, 2015

Second Period Public Skate: Bruins 3, Rangers 0

Well that was a pretty great first period. Probably the best single period the Bruins have played in about a month. Two goals from Lucic, one from CARL. Discuss.
Boston Herald Mar 28, 2015
‘D’ puts a stop on Bruins top line

‘D’ puts a stop on Bruins top line

The line of Milan Lucic, Ryan Spooner and David Pastrnak produced more offense than probably most anyone expected when it was thrown together in an emergency after David Krejci was lost for 15 games.Spooner has what could be a career-saving run, posting 6-8-14 totals in the 16 games since his recall, Pastrnak has flashed his obvious skill and Lucic occasionally provided strength and experience.

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