Found January 13, 2013 on
PLAYERS: Nathan Horton
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
Nathan Horton has had to deal with concussion problems each of the last two seasons, but the Bruins forward is back and ready to make an impact. Horton, who is now symptom free, returned to the ice for Bruins practice, and he said he’s feeling “really good” despite the long layoff. That’s good news for B’s fans, as Horton figures to play a crucial role in Boston’s attempt to return to Stanley Cup glory this season. Horton also noted that while the Bruins still have plenty of work to do before Saturday’s season opener, the team is already starting to click, which is a product of how comfortable they all are playing together. Check out the video above to hear more from Horton.

No Limitations For Horton Heading Into Shortened Season

Tonight, for the first time in nearly 12 months, Nathan Horton will strap on his pads, pull on his Bruins jersey and head out onto the TD Garden ice for a game without any health limitations. Sure, it’s only an exhibition game versus the Providence Bruins, but it’s a start. It’s been almost a full calendar year since Horton suffered his second concussion in a seven-month span...

Bruins Schedule: Boston to Open Season Saturday, Jan. 19, Against Rangers at TD Garden

The Bruins weren’t too thrilled with the way their 2012 ended, especially after their incredible Stanley Cup run in 2011. That means they should be all rested up and ready to tear through the shortened 2013 season. The Bruins will open their 48-game schedule Saturday, Jan. 19, with a 7 p.m. game against the Rangers at TD Garden. Like the rest of the NHL, the Bruins will then play...

‘Bruins Face-Off Live’ Airing at 5:30 p.m. Saturday Jan. 19 Before Bruins-Rangers Season Opener

After a long wait for the NHL lockout to come to a conclusion, the Bruins’ season is finally starting on Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. You can get ready for the action starting at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday with Bruins Face-Off Live. NESN will get you prepared with everything you may have missed during the long offseason, plus everything you’ll have to look forward to during the Bruins’ 48...

Bruins rested, ready for 48-game season

The Boston Bruins are well rested and had more players overseas than anyone else in the NHL. So they're well positioned for what should be a sprint of a season following the NHL's 119-day lockout. When the lockout finally ended Saturday, the league announced a busy 48-game schedule beginning Saturday January 19. The Bruins and most other teams opened their shortened training...

Bruins to Offer Giveaways, Free Concessions, Discounts for All January Home Games as Thanks to Fans

If the NHL is the bad spouse and hockey fans are the jilted lover, it will take a lot of chocolate and roses to make up for the pain of a months-long lockout. The Bruins are trying to do their part, although not with confectionary goodies. Instead, Bruins fans coming to home games in January can expect to see free concession vouchers, discounts and giveaways galore. The Bruins announced...

David Krejci Poised for Huge Year, As Shortened Season Will Likely Bring Out Best in Bruins Forward (Video)

There has been a lot of talk about how players are going to handle the 48-game slate this season. But while some might find the adjustment to be difficult, there is a good chance that David Krejci will hit the ground running. Krejci is undoubtedly one of the more talented players on the Bruins’ roster, but consistency has sometimes been a concern. The B’s center typically elevates...

Boston Bruins Foundation Announces Home Opener Raffle to Win Four Tickets, VIP Experience

If you would like to take in the Bruins home opener with premium seats and a VIP experience, you’re in luck. The Boston Bruins Foundation is holding a raffle for four tickets to Saturday’s game against the Rangers. The VIP experience includes dinner at the TD Garden in Banners Harbor View before the game. You’ll then be able to watch the game with premium seats. The raffle...

Bruins Open Training Camp to Public This Week, Including Black & Gold Scrimmage Jan. 15

The NHL season officially begins Jan. 19. But if you can’t wait that long for Bruins hockey, there’s good news. The Bruins are opening training camp starting Sunday at TD Garden, with a 1 p.m. on-ice session free and open to the public. Fans can come at noon, and free parking is available in the North Station garage from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Bruins will also be offering a fan...

Adam McQuaid Expected to Be Ready for Bruins’ Season Opener, According to Peter Chiarelli

The good news keeps on coming. Not only will there be hockey this year, but it’s also looking like the Bruins won’t have to start the season without bruising defenseman Adam McQuaid after all. McQuaid, who underwent blood clot surgery earlier this offseason, was believed to be in jeopardy of missing some time to begin the season. Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said McQuaid...

The Bruins are back and so are the fans

The Black and Gold kick things off tonight at the Garden with their annual inter-squad scrimmage. The Bruins printed 17,565 free tickets and all were claimed by 1:30 on Monday. The game will feature the entire Bruins roster as well as players from the Providence Bruins of the AHL. With the season starting on Saturday teams will not have the opportunity to play any real pre-season...

Nathan Horton, Adam McQuaid Are Two Big Bodies That Can Make Bruins Brilliant in 2013

Two of the biggest Bruins question marks heading into the season also happen to be two of the team’s biggest exclamation points. Adam McQuaid (blood clot) and Nathan Horton (concussions) are skating into the shortened 2013 campaign with all eyes watching their every move. There’s no telling how each player will come out of the gates, but if they shoot out like Bruins fans know...

First Practice Tommorow and It's Free!

The Bruins hold their first official practice at the Garden tomorrow at 1pm. This is a free event and there will be free parking at the North Station Garage at a first comes first serves basis. Doors open at noon, so if you are planning on attending before the pats game, i suggest get there early. You can see the rest of the training camp schedule here. Also to note tickets go on...
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