More in News
Jun 7, 5 years ago

Horton feeling better as Bruins and Canucks react to Rome suspension

The Bruins announced late this afternoon that Nathan Horton has been released from Massachusetts General Hospital and is at home resting. Horton spent the night in the hospital after a viscous late hit from Canucks defensemen Aaron Rome during the fi…

Jun 7, 5 years ago

NHL suspends Aaron Rome for four games.

Along with Nathan Horton, Canucks defensemen Aaron Rome will miss the remainder of the Stanley Cup Finals, but at least Rome knew where he was after he laid out Horton with a vicious late hit. A few minutes into Monday night’s Game 3 of the Stanley…

Jun 7, 5 years ago

Horton to miss remainder of playoffs with severe concussion

After rallying behind Nathan Horton in their Game 3 win, the Bruins, to little surprise, will have to deal without Horton’s presence for the remainder of the playoffs. Moments ago, Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced that Horton ha…

Jun 7, 5 years ago

Bruins win one for Horton in Game 3

BOSTON – If the Bruins’ 8-1 victory in Game 3 didn’t indicate their dominance, then a rally for an injured teammate did. At 5:07 of the first period, Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome leveled Nathan Horton with a headshot in the Bruins’ o…

May 31, 5 years ago

With young talent future looks bright for Bruins

On the eve of the Bruins first Stanley Cup Finals appearance since 1990 things couldn’t be better for Bruins fans. Ask any Bruins fan how it was cheering for the Black and Gold during the early 2000’s, words like miserable and frustrating will co…

May 29, 5 years ago

Horton finally able to showcase skills on NHL’s big stage

BOSTON — When Nathan Horton came to the Bruins from Florida back in June of 2010, he instantly became known for this ear-to-ear smile that seemed to be on his face 24/7.   Fast forward through this 82 game regular season, three playoff ser…