Doctors had to Re-attach Lundin's Finger

Mike Lundin will make his return tonight to the Maine Black Bears lineup after missing two weeks with a lacerated finger. According to a report today from the [i]Bangor Daily News[/i], Lundin's right pinky finger was slashed after making a pass in a game vs. Merrimack. The cut was so bad doctors had to actually re-attach the finger after the game. Lundin also suffered a fractured bone. He will wear a soft-cast on his hand tonight in the Hockey East semifnal vs. Boston College. Lundin is Maine's second-leading scorer among defensemen with two goals and 12 assists in 32 games. "Mike is a difference-maker for us," Maine coach Tim Whitehead told the [i]Daily News.[/i] "He logs more ice time than any other defenseman. He plays about half the game. He plays in all the key situations. This is a really big boost for our team."