The last time we saw Milan Lucic on the ice he was delivering some not-so-friendly words to a couple Montreal Canadiens during the handshake line.
In May, Lucic told reporters he wasn't sorry about the incident.
While discussing the run-in with The Hockey News last week, the Bruins forward still wasn't willing to apologize for his actions.
“I’m not going to apologize for how I acted or what was said,” said Lucic. “But at the end of the day, thinking about it now, maybe I definitely could have handled the situation better than I did. But more than saying what I said to the players, I was upset with losing. I was upset with losing to them. We had such a great team that had won the Presidents’ Trophy and that being the end and losing the way that we did, I think it all just accumulated to me losing my cool in the handshake.”
Will there be some sort of follow-up the next time the Bruins and Canadiens face off?
Mark October 16th on your calendars.