Found February 25, 2013 on NESN.com:
The Bruins were left shorthanded for four minutes on Sunday, and they lost one of their best players for an additional 10 minutes as well, but head coach Claude Julien had no problem with the situation. Having the league’s top-ranked penalty kill may have something to do with that, though. Milan Lucic was given a double-minor Sunday for retaliating against what he thought was a dirty hit from Florida’s Mike Weaver. The big Bruins forward then compounded that by taking a 10-minute misconduct penalty for, presumably, running his mouth in the penalty box. Luckily for the Bruins, they were able to kill off the penalty and withstand Lucic’s absence for a good chunk of the third period on their way to a 4-1 win over the Panthers. After the game, Julien said he took no issue with Lucic’s actions, even if they did put the team in a precarious position. “When I looked at [the Weaver hit] between periods, it appeared to be a cross-check,” Julien told reporters, according to The Boston Globe. ...
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