Milan Lucic After ‘Unprovoked Attack’ In Vancouver: ‘No Reason Left To Defend My City And The People In My City’

CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — Saturday night was a rough one for the Boston Bruins, who lost 6-2 to the Canucks, but it got even worse after the game for Milan Lucic.

The big Bruins winger, a native of the Vancouver area, went out in the city on Saturday night. A video of Lucic involved in a confrontation outside of a bar surfaced the following day, in which Lucic claims another man hit him multiple times. On Monday, Lucic addressed the situation and said he is fed up with his hometown.

“Other than being at Rogers Arena, no one will ever see me in downtown Vancouver ever again,” Lucic said on Monday, according to CSNNE’s Joe Haggerty.

Lucic said that he was a victim of an “unprovoked attack” on Saturday night, where he was twice punched in the face. Lucic said he was out to “blow off steam” after the loss…

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