Milan Lucic LW BOS 1 Month

Though Lucic (undisclosed injury) participated in practice Tuesday, his status for Wednesday's game against the Maple Leafs is unclear, ESPN.com reports.

"I haven't been told that they are cleared to play, yet," coach Claude Julien noted Tuesday of both Lucic and Patrice Bergeron. "They looked fairly good today and we'll reassess them [Wednesday] and the decision will come at some point." More on Lucic's status Wednesday, but with the Bruins not slated to hold a morning skate in advance of the Toronto game, the power forward's status for the contest may not be confirmed until warmups.

Milan Lucic LW BOS 1 Month

Lucic (undisclosed) was on the ice for Tuesday morning's practice.

Lucic got back on the ice for the first time since Saturday, after missing Monday's game against the Red Wings. He's likely hoping to be back for Wednesday's matchup with the Maple Leafs.

Milan Lucic LW BOS 1 Month

Lucic (undisclosed) will not play Monday against the Red Wings, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports.

The winger is still being called day-to-day, so there's a chance he'll get back in the lineup Wednesday against the Maple Leafs.

Milan Lucic LW BOS 1 Month

Lucic (undisclosed) is not expected to play Monday against the Red Wings, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports.

Lucic wasn't present at the team's morning skate Monday, and head coach Claude Julien called the winger day-to-day after missing practice Sunday. The gritty winger has six goals and 11 assists through 36 games, and could return for Wednesday's matchup with the Maple Leafs.

Milan Lucic LW BOS 1 Month

Lucic is day-to-day with an unspecified injury.

Lucic -- who picked up seven PIM in Saturday's loss to Columbus -- was not present for Sunday's practice, with his status for Monday's game against Detroit unclear at this stage.

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Lucic scored his sixth goal of the season Tuesday in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Predators, snapping a six-game goalless streak.

The offense has been slow to come for Lucic this season. Typically a reliable candidate to perform at a 60-point pace, he's not even averaging a point every other game currently, with just 15 in 31 contests. He's still an elite fantasy performer in formats that count hits and PIM, though, as his four penalty minutes Tuesday pushed him to 60 on the year and he also collected his 100th hit of the campaign.

Milan Lucic LW BOS 2 Months

Lucic picked up 12 PIM and was credited with a game-high six hits in Friday's shootout win over the Blue Jackets.

Quite the eventful night for Lucic, who got one-punched by Jackets' Dalton Prout in the overtime period. Looch took exception to the knockout, earning himself a game misconduct for the following punch he threw after the linesman had broken up the fight. While he may be contributing with PIM and hits, Lucic has now gone pointless in four straight games, managing only three goals on the season. He is on pace to record his lowest full-season point total since 2009-10. While Lucic's better than what he is showing right now, he isn't playing anything like the 30-goal, 60-point player we have gotten to know in the past.

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Lucic had the primary assist on three goals -- two on the power play -- in Tuesday's win over the Sharks.

Impressive playmaking by Lucic, who's racked up five helpers in his last three games (accounting for all his offensive output this year), but still hasn't found the back of the net himself. He didn't even put a shot on goal Tuesday, the third time that's happened this year.

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Lucic picked up his first points of the season -- a pair of assists -- as well as a dozen penalty minutes in Thursday's loss to Montreal.

He was ejected late in the game, which is how he compiled all those PIM. He also could potentially end up with a short suspension after making rude gestures at the crowd. Lucic also went minus-1, so coming off last year's plus-30, he's minus-2 through six games this year. The PIM contributions are expected, but it's odd that Lucic opened the year with five point-free games. Monitor him carefully.

Milan Lucic LW BOS 4 Months

Lucic was ejected late in the third period after he made gestures at the crowd and had words with the ref following a penalty late in the third period, Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe reports.

Lucic vented some of his frustration after being called for a penalty late in the third period, but it cost him the rest of the game. He will almost certainly face at least a fine for his actions but may receive a short suspension as well. Either way, the situation should be resolved in the next few days.