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Holley and Keefe discuss the Claude move by the Canadiens, and how Bruins fans may (or may not) be torn by Claude landing with a heated rival.
Hour 2. Pete gets on the Bruins. Kirk and his cargo shorts.
The Bruins could have saved themselves a headache if they just did what they were supposed to do and won. Tweet Email More Bruins Milan Lucic and Chris Kelly undergo surgery Pierre McGuire on M&M: Jarome Iginla likely will ‘want to stay in Boston’ The tarnished reputation of Milan Lucic Picard ...
Milan Lucic ’s season didn’t end the way he wanted it to, but even the Stanley Cup wouldn’t have changed what was a reputation-tarnishing
K. Subban with water. Subban and Zdeno Chara exchanged crosschecks. Andrei Markov speared Chara in the groin. Milan Lucic speared Alexei Emelin in the chest. Dale Weise mocked the Bruins' goal celebration. Lucic mocked Subban by flexing
Subban and Dale Weise. All the Bruins need do is find a mirror and look right into it. And for all the anger and venom Milan Lucic had for Weise, Subban and the Habs after the 3-1 no-show in Game 7 Wednesday night, even Lucic admitted the effort
season, the sense was that they hadn’t scratched the surface. When they went on a 12-game win streak in March, Milan Lucic infamously said he hoped the team wasn’t peaking too early. As it turns out, the Bruins never really got to see
since the start of the 2011-12 season, which ranks 55th among NHL players and better than guys like Bobby Ryan, Milan Lucic , and David Backes. But it’s unlikely that the Bruins will budge on their stance when it comes to moving Carlo. In just his first
right, though John Scott concussing Loui Eriksson in Oct. 2013 — something he did because nobody else could beat up Milan Lucic for his hit on Ryan Miller two years before, y’know, when Eriksson was skating with the Stars — kinda goes against that. But if there
Bruins wheeled and dealed into back-to-back-to-back picks in the middle of the first round at the expense of Milan Lucic (to the Kings) and Dougie Hamilton (to the Flames). But the Bruins did not have the pieces — both before they moved
up to his wing because they simply had to. In just three years, Krejci went from having top-tier talents such as Milan Lucic and Nathan Horton or Jarome Iginla on his wing to Loui Eriksson (a departure he was pretty vocal about this past summer given the chemistry he felt the duo had) to Czarnik, Spooner
definite downer. OK, so the Bruins-Sabres rivalry is not what it once was when the teams met the 2010 playoffs or when Milan Lucic trucked Ryan Miller, but it’s a shame to see what used to be must-watch TV turned into just another matchup. Of course, the