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Boston Bruins Say Milan Lucic Taking Leave Of Absence After ‘Incident’


Milan Lucic will be away from the Boston Bruins indefinitely, the team has announced, following his involvement in an unspecified incident on Friday night.

The Bruins said they are aware of the situation and “take these matters very seriously” in a statement they released on Saturday, but they did not go into any further detail about the incident. The group promised to collaborate with Lucic’s family to offer any help and support required.

Lucic’s early Saturday morning arrest was confirmed or denied by Boston Police. Lucic’s agent did not promptly respond to a message that was sent to them.

With the Boston Bruins, Los Angeles Kings, Edmonton Oilers, and Calgary Flames, among other teams, Lucic, 35, has played in over 1,300 NHL games. He returned to the team last summer after signing a $1 million, one-year free-agent contract with $500,000 in potential incentives. He won the Stanley Cup with Boston in 2011.

Due to an injury, the native of Vancouver has not played since October 21.

The Bruins stated they would have no more comments before their Saturday night home match against Montreal. Following the team’s morning skate, coach Jim Montgomery reiterated that, stating that he had not spoken with Lucic and would not discuss any more specifics out of consideration for privacy.

Asked how to keep the situation from affecting the team, Montgomery said: “Our culture here is great, and we care about each other. With that, it’s not a normal day. But we’re professionals, and we have a game to play tonight. We have to get ready for it.”

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