After eight seasons and 566 regular season games as a member of the Boston Bruins, Milan Lucic visited the TD Garden as a member of the opposition on Tuesday night.
Originally Boston’s 2006 second-round pick (50th overall), Lucic scored 139 goals and 342 points to along with 772 penalty minutes.
Lucic, who helped Boston win a Stanley Cup in 2011, was honored with a video tribute during a stoppage in play in the first period.
The 27-year-old was dealt to L.A. at last June's NHL draft.
In 50 games with the Kings this season, Lucic has 12 goals and 18 assists.