Milan Lucic indefinite leave of absence Bruins undisclosed incident
Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic takes indefinite leave of absence from team after undisclosed incident, team providing support and assistance.
The Boston Bruins have announced that Milan Lucic will be taking an indefinite leave of absence from the team following an undisclosed incident on Friday night. The organization has stated that they are aware of the situation and are taking it very seriously. They have also committed to providing support and assistance to Lucic's family during this time.
While Boston Police have not confirmed or denied the arrest of Lucic early Saturday morning, his agent has not responded to inquiries. Lucic, a veteran of over 1,300 NHL games and a Stanley Cup winner with the Bruins in 2011, returned to the team last summer on a one-year free agent contract. However, he has been sidelined with an injury since October 21.
The Bruins have stated that they will not be making any further comments on the situation. Coach Jim Montgomery also emphasized the team's focus on professionalism and preparation for their upcoming game against Montreal, despite the unusual circumstances.
As the situation continues to unfold, the Bruins and their fans are left to wonder about the impact on the team and how they will move forward. With the game against Montreal looming, the team's culture of support and professionalism will be put to the test.
It remains to be seen how the situation will be resolved, but for now, the focus is on the game ahead and the challenges that lie ahead for the team. The Bruins will need to come together and support each other as they navigate this unexpected turn of events.
As the story develops, the team and its fans will be looking for answers and hoping for a resolution that allows them to move forward. In the meantime, the focus remains on the game and the task at hand, as the Bruins continue to navigate this unexpected and challenging situation.