VANCOUVER — I can’t believe I even have to post this, but considering what one major Canadian media entity has been reporting since last night, you have to do what you have to do.
VANCOUVER — Who wouldn’t want to have a smiling Nathan Horton — the man who inspired a Twitter emoticon craze gone wild — around to inspire then regardless of what their task was.
BOSTON — We all know Nathan Horton is always smiling.
So to see him a little glassy-eyed rinkside tonight during the Bruins’ victory in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final had to be as different an experience for his teammates as it was for outside observers.
BOSTON — The Bruins had no idea that when they left the ice tonight after a 4-0 win in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final they’d have a surprise waiting for them.
BOSTON — Aaron Rome decided not to speak in person today to answer for his actions of last night in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final.
BOSTON — With a few rare exceptions in the Vancouver dressing room, pretty much everyone was in agreement that Aaron Rome’s hit on Nathan Horton in Monday night’s Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final was a late hit and contacted the head.
Move over Marc Savard and make room on the sidelines for a teammate.
Another Bruins player has been felled by a cheap shot and another Bruins player has now has a foggier career future due to a head injury.
BOSTON — Bruins forward Shawn Thornton is never one to mince words.
So when he was asked about the hit Aaron Rome through at Nathan Horton that sent the Boston winger to the hospital, Thornton told it like it is.
BOSTON — Bruins forward Nathan Horton has been transported to Mass. General Hospital and is moving all his extremities, the Bruins announced.
BOSTON — Chris Kelly was trying to explain how great Nathan Horton has been in the 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs when the Bruins center made an amazingly preposterous statement today at the TD Garden.
BOSTON — Nathan Horton says he never thought once about the idea that he could miss Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final because of a suspension.
According to Damien Cristodero of the St. Petersburgh Times, NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly has confirmed there will be no suspension for Bruins forward Nathan Horton for his water-squirting incident after Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final.
It’s one thing for Nathan Horton to think the closing seconds of every Bruins loss are open season for him to toss his gloved fists in an opponents’ face as he has now done at least twice in the Eastern Conference Final and another couple times throughout the regular season and playoffs.
TAMPA — The game might’ve ended with Nathan Horton and Milan Lucic again doing their Road Warriors tag team impersonation on a couple Tampa Bay players, but for the previous 60 minutes of hockey that bulky duo teamed with David Krejci to dominate the Lightning.
BOSTON – It might be time for Nathan Horton to mix some of his Lady Byng-worthy off-ice persona into his Tasmanian Devil-style play on the ice.