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Sep 20, 2014
Rotoworld
Though he has participated in two days of training camp, Milan Lucic (wrist surgery) has still not been cleared for contact.

Lucic: Wrist 'better than what I expected'

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Since he’s still rehabbing from offseason wrist surgery, Bruins forward Milan Lucic did not play in the team’s black-and-gold scrimmage Sunday at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. Lucic participated in the first two on-ice sessions of training camp and showed no ill effects from the procedure he had on his left wrist last May. “It’s been good. It’s been better than what I expected, which is obviously a good thing,” Lucic said.
Boston Herald 21 hours ago
Milan Lucic’s spot to step up

Milan Lucic’s spot to step up

Leaders come in all sorts of packages, and the Bruins have seen a wide variety the last few years. There’s the quiet, lead-by-example styles of Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron. Chris Kelly can be vocal and loud. Shawn Thornton knew how to relax an uptight teammate with a well-timed chirp.While some are born leaders, others grow into the role. And Milan Lucic, 26 and entering the prime of his career, is hoping he can continue to grow as a leader, especially with the departures of Thornton to Florida and Jarome Iginla, who signed with the Colorado Avalanche.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 20, 2014

Milan Lucic (wrist) slowly getting back to normal

WILMINGTON — Milan Lucic said after Saturday’€™s practice that he is happy with his recovery from wrist surgery thus far. Lucic has taken some contact in training camp so far, and though his status for preseason games is unknown, he is getting more and more comfortable. “It’€™s been better than what I expected, which is […]
Rotoworld Sep 20, 2014

Lucic (wrist) still not cleared for contact - Milan Lucic (W) Boston Bruins

Though he has participated in two days of training camp, Milan Lucic (wrist surgery) has still not been cleared for contact.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 20, 2014

David Pastrnak leaves Bruins practice early

WILMINGTON ‘€” David Pastrnak left the ice during the first of two training camp practice sessions Saturday and did not return. Pastrnak, the Bruins’€™ first-round pick in June’€™s draft, left early on in the first session and was not on the ice for the second one. He had taken a hit into the boards prior […]
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 19, 2014

Pastrnak Watch: Rookie opens Bruins training camp on David Krejci’s line

WILMINGTON –€” As Peter Chiarelli had previously implied, David Pastrnak was teamed with David Krejci to begin training camp Friday. Pastrnak, a Czech right wing who grew up idolizing Krejci, was on the right wing of Krejci’€™s line, with Matt Fraser playing on the other side. Milan Lucic was in the other of the two […]
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 19, 2014

Bruins kick off training camp practices

WILMINGTON ‘€” The Bruins began their training camp practices Friday morning at Ristuccia Arena. As usual, the practices were split into two groups. Both David Pastrnak and Loui Eriksson were in the same group as David Krejci, though Milan Lucic was in the other group. Gregory Campbell (mid core) and Linus Arnesson (groin) were both […]
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 18, 2014

Milan Lucic, Gregory Campbell, Linus Arnesson limited to begin Bruins training camp

General manager Peter Chiarelli said Thursday that three players are limited and/or out to start training camp for the Bruins: Milan Lucic, Gregory Campbell and Linus Arnesson. Lucic is recovering from wrist surgery and had said earlier this week that he would be taking it slow in training camp. Chiarelli confirmed as much, saying that […]
Boston Herald Sep 16, 2014
Milan Lucic isn’t all the way back yet

Milan Lucic isn’t all the way back yet

Forward Milan Lucic admitted he won’t be fully healthy when Bruins training camp opens this week. Lucic had surgery for an injured left wrist in late May and was in a cast for 12 weeks. So he’ll limit his actions early in camp.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 15, 2014

Milan Lucic still recovering from wrist surgery, not sure of contractual future

Milan Lucic told reporters back in Boston Monday that he needed to wear a cast on his wrist for 12 weeks following his offseason surgery. Lucic, who underwent the procedure on his left wrist following the Bruins’€™ second-round defeat to the Canadiens, said that he figures he’€™ll be limited to begin training camp, and that […]
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 15, 2014

Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson wants to fight Milan Lucic, Zdeno Chara

Taking to Twitter, former Patriots wideout Chad Johnson (formerly Chad Ochocino) was evidently feeling good about his hockey prowess — his video game hockey prowess that is. Johnson first tweeted the desire to take on a couple of notable Bruins, Milan Lucic and Zdeno Chara, in a fight, and do so while wearing a Montreal […]

Pacioretty, Subban eager for B's rematch

NEW YORK -- Given the handshake line seen around the world last spring, you better believe many players on both the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins knew their first encounter this season was Oct. 16. After a drama-filled seven-game series last spring between the two rivals, capped by Bruins winger Milan Lucic sharing his love for the Canadiens in the handshake line -- we jest, of course; heated words were exchanged with several players -- the Oct.
Boston Herald Sep 9, 2014
Krejci anxious to lead, sip from another Cup

Krejci anxious to lead, sip from another Cup

David Krejci figured he left some money on the table by signing his six-year extension with the Bruins instead of taking his talents on the open market next summer.However, being in a situation where he can win was more important.With the core group of Patrice Bergeron, Zdeno Chara, Dennis Seidenberg, Tuukka Rask and himself all signed for at least four more years — and with his left winger, Milan Lucic, possibly the next in line for an extension — Krejci decided the Bruins were the team for him.

Same Faces in New Places: Ryan White Sucks

Also, should the Bs trade Lucic for Simmonds? It’s hard to love much about a rival. But when two teams are so similar, it’s hard to not see your players in theirs. And therefore, impossible to not compare your players to theirs. That’s why I’ve concluded… Player We Love: Wayne Simmonds …is the solution to the 1st line right shot. On the scale of power forwards wearing the number 17 on their sweater, Wayne Simmonds of the Philadelphia Flyers isn’t far behind Milan Lucic. While he’s not as strong of a fighter and is smaller in build, the former L.A. King is a physical...
Silver Seven Aug 28, 2014
Top 25 Under 25, no. 7: Curtis Lazar

Top 25 Under 25, no. 7: Curtis Lazar

The marquee prospect jumps three places in this year's list, ranking seventh in 2014 The Senators and fans were optimistic about Curtis Lazar when the Edmonton Oil Kings forward was drafted 17th overall by Ottawa in 2013. Lauded for his character and smart play, Lazar was seen as a can't miss NHLer whose two-way game would fit nicely on a third or possible second line. Here's what Peter had to say about Lazar last year: Comparisons to Milan Lucic (ahem) are probably a little bit overstated, but Lazar is expected to become an NHL player when the time comes. He's already a very ...

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