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Bruins' Milan Lucic: Won't return to team
Lucic (ankle) will remain on an indefinite leave of absence from the Bruins for the rest of the 2023-24 campaign, per Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald.
Lucic was facing domestic assault charges in a case that was expected to go to trial Friday before the charges were dropped by the prosecutor's office due to a lack of evidence, leading to speculation regarding his future with the team. Lucic is currently signed by the Bruins through the end of the 2023-24 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Milan Lucic: Taking indefinite leave of absence
Lucic (ankle) is taking an indefinite leave of absence after he was allegedly involved in a domestic incident resulting in his arrest Saturday morning, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports.
Lucic has missed Boston's last 11 games because of an ankle injury, and he wasn't expected to be available in the near future. Following Saturday's incident, Lucic may have played his last game for the Bruins.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Milan Lucic: Recovery slow going
Lucic (ankle) is not recovering as quickly as expected. Coach Jim Montgomery told reporters Monday, "Looch is not going as quick as we expected, so he's maybe a week behind where we expected, but it's not dramatic."
Lucic has already missed 10 games while on long-term injured reserve but won't be back in the short term based on this latest news. In his four games this season, the veteran winger managed two assists but put just one shot on goal while averaging 11:58 of ice time per game. Until Lucic is cleared to return, Oskar Steen and Jakub Lauko figure to serve in fourth-line roles.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Milan Lucic: Designated for injured reserve
Lucic (ankle) was placed on long-term injured reserve Friday, per the NHL media site.
Lucic's IR designation shouldn't come as a surprise after news broke that he would be out for a couple of weeks. At this point, given he has already missed three games, the winger's placement on injured reserve shouldn't impact his timeline to return. In the meantime, Jesper Boqvist should see extra minutes in a bottom-six role.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Milan Lucic: Will miss a couple weeks
Lucic will miss a couple of weeks because of his ankle injury, coach Jim Montgomery told Joe Haggerty of Bruins' Substack on Thursday.
Lucic has already been absent for two straight contests due to his injury. He has two assists, two PIM and eight hits in four outings this season. When Lucic is available, Boston will likely use him in a bottom-six capacity, though he might also get the occasional assignment on the power play.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Milan Lucic: Unavailable Tuesday
Lucic (ankle) isn't expected to return Tuesday versus Chicago, per Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald.
It will be Boston's second straight game without Lucic. He has two assists, eight hits and two blocks over four contests this season. Once Lucic is healthy, he'll likely serve in a bottom-six capacity.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Milan Lucic: Unlikely to play Sunday
Lucic (ankle) left warmups early ahead of Sunday's game versus the Ducks, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Shinzawa adds that Lucic took a puck off the ankle in Saturday's game versus the Kings. Jake DeBrusk is back in the lineup after a one-game absence for missing a team meeting. Lucic can be considered day-to-day ahead of Tuesday's game in Chicago.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Milan Lucic: Logs assist Saturday
Lucic posted an assist in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Kings.
Lucic picked up his second helper in four games when he set up Morgan Geekie's second-period tally. The 35-year-old Lucic began the game on the first line, but he had swapped places with Brad Marchand on the second line by the end of the contest. Lucic has two assists, eight hits, one shot on goal, two PIM and a minus-1 rating this season.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Milan Lucic: Signs with Boston
Lucic signed a one-year, $1 million contract with Boston on Saturday, Dave Pagnotta of The Fourth Period reports.
Lucic returns home to his first NHL team after eight seasons away from the Bruins. He's far from the player he was when he spent the first seven years of his NHL career with Boston, but Lucic will still provide toughness as a fourth-line forward. Lucic had seven goals, 12 assists, 43 PIM and 168 hits in 77 games with Calgary last season.... See More ... See Less
Flames' Milan Lucic: Tallies goal in victory
Lucic found the back of the net in a 5-4 victory over Anaheim on Sunday.
Lucic scored early in the third period to tie the contest at 4-4. It was his seventh goal and 19th point in 72 games this season. Lucic has two markers and three points over his last five appearances, which is a fairly good offensive stretch by his standards.... See More ... See Less
Flames' Milan Lucic: Gathers assist
Lucic notched an assist and went plus-2 in Saturday's 5-3 win over the Sharks.
Lucic set up a Walker Duehr shot that led to a rebound for Nazem Kadri to knock in for the game-winning goal. Over his last six outings, Lucic has a goal and three assists. The 34-year-old winger is up to 18 points, 68 shots on net, 150 hits, 37 PIM and a minus-9 rating through 69 contests this season.... See More ... See Less
Flames' Milan Lucic: Scores Thursday
Lucic tallied a goal on his lone shot in Thursday's 3-2 loss to Vegas.
Lucic got Calgary on the scoresheet late in the first period, burying a feed from Walker Duehr on an odd-man rush. The goal is Lucic's first since Feb. 22. The 34-year-old veteran is up to six goals and 17 points through 68 games this season. While Lucic still provides a physical presence (150 hits), he shouldn't be counted on to provide much offense while playing on the Flames' fourth line.... See More ... See Less
Flames' Milan Lucic: Helpers in back-to-back games
Lucic earned an assist and added two hits in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Coyotes.
Lucic has an assist in each of his last two games after going eight contests without a point. The big winger set up Walker Duehr's second-period tally. Lucic is up to 16 points, 65 shots on net, 147 hits, 37 PIM and a minus-10 rating through 65 outings, but it's unlikely even a moderate burst of offense would move him up past the fourth line.... See More ... See Less
Flames' Milan Lucic: Generates assist in win
Lucic posted an assist and four hits in Sunday's 5-1 win over the Senators.
Lucic snapped an eight-game point drought when he forced a turnover to set up Trevor Lewis' third-period marker. The 34-year-old Lucic was warm in early January, but he's logged just three points over his last 25 outings. The bruising winger is up to 15 points, 64 shots on net, 145 hits, 37 PIM and a minus-11 rating through 64 contests, and he remains firmly planted on the fourth line.... See More ... See Less
Flames' Milan Lucic: Snaps slump with goal
Lucic scored a goal on three shots and added four hits in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Coyotes.
Lucic converted on a pass from Walker Duehr to open the scoring at 4:39 of the first period. The goal ended a 10-game point drought for Lucic, who had seven shots, a minus-6 rating and 26 hits in that span. He's struggled to generate offense since Jakob Pelletier replaced him on the second line. Lucic has five goals, nine helpers, 55 shots, 127 hits, 32 PIM and a minus-9 rating through 55 outings this season.... See More ... See Less
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