The goals were his 10th and 11th of the season. His other two-goal game came Oct. 23 at the Buffalo Sabres.
On Saturday, Patrice Bergeron scored the first goal for the Bruins, while goaltender Chad Johnson finished with 13 saves and improved his record to 4-1-0 in five starts. David Krejci registered assists on both of linemate Lucic's goals.
With the victory, the Bruins are 6-1-1 in their past eight games and 10-2-2 in their past 14. Overall, Boston is 18-7-2 for 38 points and sits atop the Eastern Conference.
The Bruins gained the early 1-0 lead when Bergeron notched his eighth goal of the season at 9 minutes, 2 seconds of the first period. His shot from the half-wall on the right side made its way through a screen by linemate Loui Eriksson and beat Columbus goalie Curtis McElhinney. After going a span of six games without a point, Bergeron now has two goals in as many games. He talked about getting the puck to bounce his way and that's exactly what has happened for him the past two games.
Boston then capitalized on its first man advantage of the game to seize a 2-0 lead. Boston defenseman Torey Krug took a slap shot just inside the middle of the blue line before Lucic redirected past McElhinney at 14:58 for a power-play goal. The tally was Lucic's 10th of the season, making him the first Bruins player to reach double digits in goals this season. He's on pace for a 30-goal season.
Lucic collected his second goal of the night at 2:15 of the third period to give the Bruins a 3-0 lead. His slap shot from inside the blue line found its way past McElhinney. It appeared that linemate Jarome Iginla might have knocked it in, but Lucic was credited with the tally.
Columbus cut its deficit and scored a power-play goal when Ryan Johansen took a shot from the top of the right faceoff circle and beat a screened Johnson at 6:16 of the third.
DROP 'EM: Lucic and the Blue Jackets' Dalton Prout dropped the gloves at 8:34 of the second period. Believe it or not, it was Lucic's first fighting major of the season, and he did not disappoint. Since the Bruins had control of the puck in the offensive zone, it was a smart move by Lucic to wait until Columbus gained control of the puck before he obliged Prout's invitation. It was a spirited bout and Lucic went to the box as the winner in this one. Late in the second, the Blue Jackets' Nick Foligno took exception to a hit by Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg. Foligno attempted to get Seidenberg, who has only one fighting major in his career, to trade punches, but he wouldn't. Foligno lost his cool and received two minutes for unsportsmanlike conduct and a 10-minute misconduct for his actions.
UP NEXT: The Bruins will have a few days off between games. Their next contest will be Thursday, when they travel to Montreal to face the Canadiens for the first time this season.