Milan Lucic Says Goodbye to Boston’s North End

In a heartfelt letter, Milan Lucic says goodbye to Boston and especially those in his hometown neighborhood of the North End. Milan was recently traded to the Los Angeles Kings.

I was 19 when I joined the Boston Bruins, a very young man.

Now at 27, I must say goodbye to this special city. I lived my dream when we won the Stanley Cup. I married my wife here. Both my children were born here. Boston will always be a key part of who I am.

I played in front of a group of fans I will never forget, especially my pals in the North End.

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One Reply to “Milan Lucic Says Goodbye to Boston’s North End

  1. What a nice letter! I don’t watch much hockey, but I used to see Lucic playing “chase” in the Gassy tot lot with his kids, which was pretty cool to see. You don’t often get to witness the “regular-life” side of great athletes. Best wishes to the Lucic family for as many happy and successful years in LA as you had here in Boston and the North End!!

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