New Bruins general manager Don Sweeney definitely got aggressive with some moves before tonight’s NHL draft. The end goal of those actions is still unclear, though.
Is that an abbreviated "raise the roof" at the end, too? What a masterclass in non-verbal communication!
We're not sure what Milan Lucic said to Dale Weise and Alexei Emelin in the handshake line after Boston's Game 7 loss to Montreal, but the conversation didn't look pleasant.
We missed this from yesterday's Kings-Bruins game, but reader Zach helpfully pointed it out. Bruins play-by-play man Jack Edwards is probably one of the few announcers to use a Bronx cheer while calling a game.
The Boston Bruins were in Vancouver to play the Canucks on Saturday, and Bruins winger Milan Lucic went for a night out in his home town after the game. He didn't have the best time.
One cannot easily diagnose traumatic brain injury by way of a television feed—some big hits can be harmless, and some small ones can pack an unexpected punch. But, watching on TV last night, it was hard to think Penguins defenseman Brooks Orpik, whose head was rammed into the glass by 228-pound Bruin Milan Lucic…
Via James Duthie, a photo from the vaults. 1998. Jaromir Jagr was already a nine-year NHL veteran. The young man on the left, 10 years old, is the nephew of Dan Kesa, then Jagr's Pittsburgh teammate. His name is Milan Lucic.
Milan Lucic hasn't made much of an impact on the scoresheet, but he's been in the middle of every physical altercation in a physical series in a physical playoffs overall. Lucic picked up three roughing penalties on the night in a 4-3 Bruins win, and on the last ended up in a Karl Alzner headlock. After the two were…
Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic is a Vancouver native who is apparently hated by his hometown neighbors.
Bruins forward Milan Lucic was not charged after allegedly having an altercation with his girlfriend the other night in which he was "highly intoxicated and hostile," according to this report in the Boston Herald. In fact, the girlfriend told police she was "adamant about not being harmed." Police also said no…
CSN in Boston doesn't own Bruins rights, yet they air a postgame show. Without Jack Edwards, you have to do what you can to rile up the fans.