Found January 23, 2012 on NESN.com:
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It was mostly a day for celebration for the Bruins, even with the controversial absence of Tim Thomas, as they visited the White House to commemorate their Stanley Cup championship. But there was one bit of concerning news that had nothing to do with any political statements. Bruins forward Nathan Horton is believed to have suffered a mild concussion and appears unlikely to play Tuesday against Washington after taking a hit to the head Sunday in Philadelphia. "I don't have an official update other than I think it's a mild concussion from what I heard and what I saw last...
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