If there's an NHL lockout, which seems increasingly more likely with each passing day, players will have to decide what they're going to do while the labor dispute is settled. Some players will play overseas, but others will remain in the area — at least during the early stages of the lockout.
Milan Lucic said he plans to stick around the Boston area and work out with some teammates. Tyler Seguin, who just inked a new six-year extension, plans to do the same, and he's currently looking for a place in Boston.
The Bruins on Friday also discussed the importance of understanding what exactly is going on in the labor talks, especially considering the dispute involves their livelihood.
Check out the video above from NESN Daily to hear more about the Bruins' lockout contingency plans.