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Milan Lucic may have threatened Canadiens players during handshakes

Milan Lucic said something to two Habs players in the handshake line, and it didn't look very polite.

Milan Lucic was visibly upset after his Boston Bruins lost Game 7 to the rival Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night, as you'd expect. But how angry? And what the hell did he say to Dale Weise and Alexei Emelin of the Habs in the post-series handshake line?

You can pretty clearly see Lucic use the F-word when talking to Emelin, the second guy he pulled aside in the video above and this GIF here:

Weise, the first guy Lucic mouthed off to, shared with TSN's Aaron Ward what Looch said:

Lucic wasn't too happy with Weise sharing that with the media, calling him a "baby" in a post-game press conference that Montreal fans will likely be playing on repeat for the next five years.

h/t Habs Eyes On The Prize & Eye On Hockey

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