Lucic has been a Beast

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    Lucic has been a Beast

    He's finally realized that when he decides he wants to kick it into 4th gear there aren't too many defenseman who want to get in his way.  It actually makes the D look silly.  Keep it up kid, you're a star.
     
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    Looch is the man! good set of wheels and nice pair of hands for a big dude. another Bruin who has demonstrated clutch scoring in big games.....
     
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    He's been better than ever the last couple weeks.  Peaking at the right time and he looks ready to carry this team into the playoffs.  He can dominate out there.
     
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    I'll reserve judgement until the playoffs... he definately seems to be ramping it up though lately!
     
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    I can't wait to see Karlsson cower away from Lucic in round one. 
     
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    [QUOTE]It's simply amazing how Lucic can cross check opponents hard in their backs or sucker punch them (and bye the way, the puck is no were in sight on either infraction) and he rarely gets called...so what's his secret...do you think it could it be Gregorys Daddy?
    Posted by null[/QUOTE]

    2010-11 Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins.
     
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    One thing I've noticed from Lucic this year is how much his passing has improved. And I think he's finally understood how much of a factor and how beeter his linemates are and how good he is when he plays a physical game. Before it would come and go, latley it's been very consistent. he is a force.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Lucic has been a Beast : This post and it spelling deserve each other...are you into the sauce or something else, Kelvana?
    Posted by null[/QUOTE]

    No, if I were impaired/mentally disabled in any fashion I might start typing posts about the same idiotic excuse why my team lost the cup to a superior team nearly 300 times...wait a minute, no I wouldn't cause my team was the winning team and even drunk I wouldnt be that stupid.

    2010-11 Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins

    Suck on it Null. Suck it hard.
     
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    During the Bs/ Caps gm the other night I had to watch the Caps feed so I had to listen to Washington's color-man Craig Laughlin, who is terrible. During the gm he stated that he thought Lucic was the best power forward in the league right now. Pretty good compliment from a rival telecaster. 

     
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    Agreed....Lucic should be a dominate force in the NHL....the only thing holding him back is the effort night in and night out, but lately it's been off the charts.....he's playing great.
     
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    [QUOTE]One thing I've noticed from Lucic this year is how much his passing has improved. And I think he's finally understood how much of a factor and how beeter his linemates are and how good he is when he plays a physical game. Before it would come and go, latley it's been very consistent. he is a force.
    Posted by kelvana33[/QUOTE]

    I've noticed that too Kel, he's had a lot of sweet passed almost blind that have curled way around his body (sorry hard for me to describe) that have been right on the tape, along with many other pretty passes. I love watching him chug down the left boards when he can't be stopped and whip it back in front.

    When he's on a mission he is very hard to stop.
     
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    [QUOTE]During the Bs/ Caps gm the other night I had to watch the Caps feed so I had to listen to Washington's color-man Craig Laughlin, who is terrible. During the gm he stated that he thought Lucic was the best power forward in the league right now. Pretty good compliment from a rival telecaster. 
    Posted by stan17[/QUOTE]

    I love watching him.  Talent and Toughness.  The intimidation level is the highest I can remember.  I want to compare him to Neely but he exceeds Neely in terms of his intimidation.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Lucic has been a Beast : I love watching him.  Talent and Toughness.  The intimidation level is the highest I can remember.  I want to compare him to Neely but he exceeds Neely in terms of his intimidation.
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    I'm a huge Lucic fan but this isn't true (in my memories).
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Lucic has been a Beast : I love watching him.  Talent and Toughness.  The intimidation level is the highest I can remember.  I want to compare him to Neely but he exceeds Neely in terms of his intimidation.
    Posted by schlich[/QUOTE]

    He's not in Neely's class yet, in many aspects, but it took Neely awhile to get there as well. Neely also had the smaller dimensions of the Garden/other rinks that helped with the intimidation factor. Used to love seeing that glass rattle back and forth after a big Neely hit.
     
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    Did Neely ever break the glass on a check? Not knocking his toughness at all, but that was absolutely ridiculous when Looch destroyed the glass.
     
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    First, I hope Lucic ends his days as a Bruin because I would hate for this team to have to play against him. It is scary how much he has improved every facet of his game, including fighting.

    But, I agree with Dez on this one about the Neely comparisons. Cam was always the central focal point of the opposing teams because of his skill but he would beat them with his intimidation. Lucic is not the star of his team but a vital component of it. Neely was the team (along with Bourque and Moog). And he still found time to beat the hell out of any Dman that crossed him. Lucic is still young, however. Let's give him some time yet.
     
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    [QUOTE]Did Neely ever break the glass on a check? Not knocking his toughness at all, but that was absolutely ridiculous when Looch destroyed the glass.
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    First of all, i don't think you ever watched Neely play, otherwise you're blind. Second, I'm not taking anything away from Milan. I think in the past few weeks, he's played perhaps the best hockey of his career. And what I mean is like a few others have noted, he's skating with authority and he's fast from point A to point B. The fact is that he is intimidating (Neely was on another planet in intimidation to be clear) and that's an aspect he has never fully taken advantage of. I think if he can play with the right linemates (he's got one now, but he needs a third who can click consistently), he's capable of being that 40-goal type scorer or someone who can put up a bunch of points as he can pass well. I hope Milan plays like this in the playoffs. If he drops into lazy mode, he's a waste of space, and he's had those stretches in his career. As for Neely, the guy scored 50 goals and most of the time murdered opponents in both fights and punishing checks.
     
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    He has.  Even when he's not putting up points, he's intimidating, creating space for others, etc.

    He's also healthier this year than last year.   Should bode well for a good playoffs for him.

    He's really transformed himself into a unique player in the league and arguably the best power forward in the game.  Reminds me of Wendel Clark, but not quite as gifted as that.
     
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    [QUOTE]One thing I've noticed from Lucic this year is how much his passing has improved. And I think he's finally understood how much of a factor and how beeter his linemates are and how good he is when he plays a physical game. Before it would come and go, latley it's been very consistent. he is a force.
    Posted by kelvana33[/QUOTE]


    It's been a huge addition to his game. The way he cycles, uses his size to get separation and then look/feel for that pass he's going to make across the crease. 

    It takes some pressure off of Kreijci too, because it now makes Kreijic more of a scorer, where he's actually pretty underrated with in terms of shooting.
     
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    I always loved Looch's passing game. He always had the ability to find a free man. That's why I always thought he had a chance to be another Neely. I know he doesn't have Neely's slapper, but his wrist shot/snap shot is incredible, and he's already a better passer than Neely. Thank God we've had both of these guys on the team!
     

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