BOSTON (CBS) — Four Boston teams were in action Thursday night, and only one of them was unable to come up with a win.

The Boston Bruins traveled north of the border to the Bell Centre in Montreal to take on the rival Canadiens, a team with a history of getting under the skin of the B’s.

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Well last night was no different, as Milan Lucic once again fell victim to his emotions and lashed out.

Lucic was called for boarding at the 18:40 mark in the third period for his hit on Alexei Emelin. While in the penalty box, he appeared to make a lewd gesture towards the Canadiens crowd, and afterwards he mimed holding up a Stanley Cup.

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After leaving the box, Lucic yelled at a referee, was assessed a game misconduct and ultimately thrown out of the contest, a 6-4 loss.

According to Pierre LeBrun of ESPN, the NHL is reviewing the incident.

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