Found March 09, 2012 on NESN.com:
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Milan Lucic is no stranger to dropping the mitts, which is one of the reasons he was recently voted the toughest player in the NHL by his peers. But Lucic was still impressed by Dennis Seidenberg's recent bout with Toronto's Colby Armstrong, during which the German defenseman more than held his own. But that got us wondering which "non-fighter" could be the next to surprise Bruins fans with a bout in the near future. NESN.com's Ricky Doyle went 1-on-1 with Lucic to try and find out such, during which Lucic revealed that Patrice Bergeron is "sneaky tough." Lucic also took...
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