Milan Lucic put forth his best goal scoring season during the 2010-11 regular season, finding the back of the net 30 times while chipping in with 32 assists for a grand total of 62 points.
Yet Lucic's magic has worn off as of late, as the 22-year-old left wing is immersed in a 14-game goal scoring drought that has continued into the postseason.
While the Bruins have managed to find themselves in a 2-2 series tie entering Game 5 on Saturday night, Lucic told CSNNE's Joe Haggerty that he believes he can be a bigger contributor for Boston down the stretch in this series.
"It's tough to think negatively and feel bad for myself when we've won each of the last two games," said Lucic. "In the playoffs the only thing that matters is wins and losses. I'm not happy with the way that I'm playing. I know that I can bring a lot more. But for me I need to stop thinking negatively and think about what I've been doing wrong, and instead focus on what I can do right. Try to bring that element to the game."