Found November 03, 2011 on Puck Drunk Love:
During the 2010 off-season, Nathan Horton was traded from the Florida Panthers to the Boston Bruins with Gregory Campbell in exchange for Dennis Wideman and two draft picks. The Panthers were coming off a terrible season. They finished second last in the Eastern Conference and third to last in the NHL. The Bruins had finished sixth overall and made it to the semi-finals where they lost in seven games to the Flyers. The Bruins were looking for that extra edge to put them over the top and the Panthers were looking towards building for the future. History will show that this was one of several cunning moves by Peter Chiarelli heading into a season that would eventually culminate with a Stanley Cup victory. Nathan Horton has always been a bit of a big deal. Check out this scouting report that was written two years before his draft year in 2001 by Hockey’s Future: “Players like the Oshawa Generals Nathan Horton, don't come around all the time. It's not everyday that a sixteen...

Horton having problems

The story of the day at Bruins practice today was Nathan Horton's candid admission that he's had a difficult time coming back mentally from the severe concussion he suffered during last season's playoff final. Horton played better in Tuesday's 5-3 win against Ottawa, but has had a slow start, with ...

Nathan Horton Admits 'I Still Don't Feel Like Myself Out There,' As Bruins Winger Continues to Struggle to Regain Form

BOSTON -- With a lack of offensive production and some ill-timed penalties, Nathan Horton hasn't looked like his old self so far this season. On Wednesday, the Bruins winger admitted he doesn't much feel like himself either. It's been a struggle for Horton this season as he works his way back from the severe concussion he suffered in the Stanley Cup Final. Horton insists...

Bruins winger Nathan Horton not over head injury

Nathan Horton, like many key Bruins, has not played very well this season. The difference between the winger and...

Bruins F Nathan Horton still affected by concussion

The story of the day at Bruins practice today was Nathan Horton's candid admission that he's had a difficult time...

Nathan Horton trying to find touch

Through 11 games, Nathan Horton has only two goals and three assists, which isn’t exactly taking Claude Julien by surprise. After all, Horton suffered a severe concussion during the Stanley Cup Final. “He’s had a slow start to the season,”...

Horton isn't quite himself yet

Nathan Horton has two goals, three assists, and six very costly penalty minutes (of a total 26 PIMs) to his name this season.

Bruins' Horton: Still not myself after concussion

Bruins winger Nathan Horton admitted that coming back from a severe concussion suffered in Game 3 of the Stanley Cups finals has been more difficult than expected.
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