Lucic put the puck into the net Tuesday night against the Flyers, knotting the score at 2-2 in the third period of an eventual 3-2 shootout win. With such heavy traffic in front of the net, it was difficult to tell who turned on the goal light, but Lucic was the one who tapped it in for his sixth goal of the season. The bruising winger is on pace for 49 points and 282 hits in 2015-16. He's also shooting with a high degree of accuracy; Lucic has set 24 shots on goal and six have lit the lamp (25 percent).
Lucic had eight hits and scored against the Panthers on Saturday afternoon, helping the Kings to a 4-1 win. Lucic was all over the ice in this one and it helped him snap a three-game pointless drought. He's on pace for 46 points this season, two more than he recorded as a member of the Bruins last season.
Lucic dished out two helpers in Friday's win over the Hurricanes. Skating on a line with Tyler Toffoli and Jeff Carter, Lucic has produced a goal and three assists in his last four games. The 27-year-old has only fired eight shots on goal, but he's racked up 14 PIM and struck once on the power play. He may no longer be the 30-goal guy he was with Boston in 2010-11, but Lucic is still good enough to be an effective top-six forward for the Kings.
Kings forward Milan Lucic will not face any disciplinary action from his match penalty Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reports. The league reviewed the incident and decided to not take any further action.
Lucic could face a possible suspension after receiving a match penalty late in Wednesday's loss to the Sharks, the Los Angeles Times reports. Lucic is technically suspended pending a review from the league so we'll have to wait for word from the league in order see if he's available for the Kings' next game.
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