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David Krejci returns to Bruins' lineup

BOSTON -- After missing the past four games due to an ongoing, undisclosed injury, Bruins top-line center David Krejci returned to the lineup Tuesday night against the St. Louis Blues at TD Garden. Overall, he has missed nine games this season with the injury, and Tuesday marks his first game since Nov. 6 against the Edmonton Oilers. Krejci reunited with linemates Milan Lucic and Seth Griffith. In 10 games, Krejci has three goals and seven assists for 10 points, including a plus-4 rating.
Boston Herald Nov 16, 2014
Bruins Notebook: High-energy Milan Lucic provides boost

Bruins Notebook: High-energy Milan Lucic provides boost

Milan Lucic did not contribute to the Bruins’ 2-1 victory against Carolina on the scoresheet, but he did in other ways, like leading the team with six hits and being a forechecking handful for the Hurricanes defense all afternoon.
Habs Eyes On The Prize Nov 13, 2014

2014-15 Game 17: Montreal Canadiens vs Boston Bruins

With the two finally playing in the same game, will Milan Lucic finally kill Dale Weise this year? When the Winnipeg Jets visited the Bell Centre on Tuesday, it was supposed to teach us something about the complexion of the new and improved Montreal Canadiens. Instead, it was same old, same old. The Jets, a decent enough but hardly imposing team played the Canadiens blow for blow, until Lars Eller banged home Jiri Sekac's rebound early in the second period. From there on, the Habs simply survived, earning an insurance marker when Alex Galchenyuk corralled a rebound and icing the match when...

Lucic plans to rise above the boos

After being embarrassed by the Toronto Maple Leafs, 6-1, on Wednesday night at Air Canada Centre in Toronto, the Boston Bruins have a chance to rebound Thursday against the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre in Montreal. But speaking of embarrassing, the last time Boston visited Montreal, Bruins forward Milan Lucic allowed his emotions to get the better of him. In the closing minute of Boston’s 6-4 loss on Oct. 16, Lucic was called for a penalty, and as he entered the box he made an inappropriate gesture toward fans.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Nov 12, 2014

Milan Lucic must use powers for good as he prepares for latest meeting with Canadiens

TORONTO ‘€” Milan Lucic was Public Enemy No. 1 in Montreal before last month’€™s antics. Now the Bruins left wing at the Bell Centre might be a poor man’€™s version of John Rocker at Shea Stadium. Thursday will mark Lucic’€™s first game at the Bell Centre since he made something of a spunky gesture towards […]
Rotoworld Nov 12, 2014

Milan Lucic ready for rivalry games - Milan Lucic (W) Boston Bruins

Milan Lucic will be back in Montreal on Thursday for the first time since he was fined for an obscene gesture to the crowd back on Oct. 16.
Rotoworld Nov 12, 2014

Chris Kelly's point drought continues - Chris Kelly (W) Boston Bruins

Chris Kelly will continue to fill in alongside Milan Lucic and Seth Griffith with David Krejci out of the lineup.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 11, 2014

Где они сейчас: Before Lucic, There Was Alexandrov

Our Where are they now series continues with a request from @Justin_Bobo! YURI ALEXANDROV With a bizarre sub-headline about promiscuous gym teachers, it's safe to say we're off to a great start. In 2006, Yuri Alexandrov felt the same way about his professional hockey career, or at least I think he did. Alexandrov was selected 37th overall by the Bruins in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft - 12 spots ahead of some Serbian-Canadian named Milan Lucic. While Lucic has turned into a top-six forward who shoulders oodles of unwarranted criticism, Alexandrov has spent all but one of his professional...
Boston Herald Nov 11, 2014
Bottom line: Seth Griffith thrives

Bottom line: Seth Griffith thrives

The identity of the right winger on the Bruins’ top line has been the source of great angst among fans since the day Jarome Iginla took the money and ran to Denver as a free agent this July.According to many, the team absolutely, positively had to find a talented veteran to replace Iginla and play beside David Krejci and Milan Lucic — if, somehow, the cash to sign such a player could be squeezed under the tight salary cap.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 10, 2014

Fresh Links: Bedeviled Edition

Both Boston and New Jersey have been bedeviled by injuries. The Bruins dance with the Devils tonight at 7:00PM, TD Garden. Tonight's matchup may look like the walking wounded on ice, but NO WHINING ALLOWED from either side. One key to the game will be the Devils ' woeful penalty kill. [In LouWeTrust] David Krejci 's nagging injury has meant extra responsibility for Milan Lucic, who has had a slow start himself. [TheBostonGlobe] And it looks like we'll be Krejciless tonight. [TheScore] There is just no substitute: Seth Griffith 's remarkable performance on the top line can be tied...
Boston Herald Nov 9, 2014
Milan Lucic rolls with punches

Milan Lucic rolls with punches

WILMINGTON — A few games back, Milan Lucic did something that may not have been breaking news — but was, for him, pretty significant: He got in a fight.Early in the game against the Sabres 10 days ago in Buffalo, the Bruins winger dropped the gloves with veteran brawler Chris Stewart. It was a pretty decent bout, deemed by Hockeyfights.com voters as a narrow win by the 6-foot-2, 228-pound Stewart.

Number Dump: 500 Games of Milan Lucic

Except where otherwise noted, all stats gathered from Hockey-Reference.com Last night, Milan Lucic played his 500th game as a Boston Bruin. By all accounts, he's a big stat nerd. So, let's spit out some stats about it. Start with the GP total: He's only the 49th to ever hit that mark with the Bruins, which is pretty impressive. Here's how his production has broken down during that time: There are 25 guys in all of Bruins history with at least as many Games, Goals, and Assists as Milan Lucic. Let's take a look at who they are: 8 of them are hall-of-famers. (Their totals are much higher,...
Friday MOrning Skate: LOiLers

Friday MOrning Skate: LOiLers

What a beautiful morning. Sure, its cloudy, but we won last night against Edmonton. May as well be clear skies to me. Milan Lucic played his 500th game as a Bruin, which I'm pretty happy about. For all the whinging about him not going HAM every game, he's still our chest-thumping, fist-throwing, goalie-crashing, goal-scoring dude. Plus, every blog of teams we play in the playoffs has at least 1 "Lucic is trash" article. Anyways, what's on tap? Happy Friday! And if you get a minute, I moustache you to please give to Movember!

Krejci returns after two-game absence

BOSTON -- After missing the last two games with an undisclosed injury, Boston Bruins forward David Krejci returned to the lineup Thursday against the Edmonton Oilers at TD Garden. Krejci has missed a total of five games this season, and he last played a week ago against the Sabres in Buffalo. The Bruins' top-line center has nine points in nine games this season. He's back with Milan Lucic and Seth Griffith. Chris Kelly, who had replaced Krejci on the top line, is on the fourth line with Daniel Paille and Gregory Campbell.

How Streaky is Milan Lucic?

Sure, everyone takes a game off every now and then. But does Looch coast more than most? Credit to Nolan Cardwell, Dan Ryan, and the Phil Kessel version of this story for the idea. Season Age GP G A PTS FF% EV Hits 2008-09 20 72 17 25 42 50.4 259 2009-10 21 50 9 11 20 52.3 136 2010-11 22 79 30 32 62 52.3 167 2011-12 23 81 26 35 61 54.3 201 2012-13 24 46 7 20 27 56.7 139 2013-14 25 80 24 35 59 52.5 240 Despite his spot on the depth chart being a near certainty, and his value across the league as one of the elite power forwards today, Milan Lucic is viewed--by the ones who...

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