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  1. How Brendan Shanahan will approach discipline in playoffs - NHL

    Craig Custance

    Craig Custance writes that Brendan Shanahan has been very thorough in explaining how he'll approach disciplinary issues during the playoffs this season.

    Blog | Conversation | March 21, 2012
  2. Boston Bruins' Nathan Horton says ready to get back in games

    Bruins forward Nathan Horton says he's ready to get back in games but he understands why the team is taking it slow as he returns from a concussion.

    Story | Conversation | September 23, 2011
  3. Boston Bruins' Nathan Horton symptom-free, starting workouts

    James Murphy

    Nathan Horton, who was knocked out of the Stanley Cup finals on a hit from Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome, said he has been symptom-free for most of the summer.

    Story | Conversation | August 24, 2011
  4. Stanley Cup finals 2011: Vancouver Canucks' Aaron Rome disagrees ...

    Vancouver defenseman Aaron Rome wouldn't change much about the hit on Boston's Nathan Horton that got him suspended for the rest of the Stanley Cup finals.

    Story | Conversation | June 12, 2011
  5. NHL GMs propose broader rule to govern hits to head

    Scott Burnside and Pierre LeBrun

    In an effort to reduce the number of dangerous blows to the head, NHL general managers are proposing a broader interpretation of Rule 48.

    Story | Conversation | June 08, 2011
  6. 2011 Stanley Cup finals: Nathan Horton surprises Boston Bruins wi...

    Chris Forsberg

    Nathan Horton made a surprise appearance in the locker room after the team's 4-0 victory over the Canucks in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals Wednesday night at TD Garden.

    Story | Conversation | June 08, 2011
  7. Cup finals, Game 4: Playoff points to watch

    ESPN.com

    Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins (Canucks lead 2-1), 8 p.m. ET Nathan Horton will miss the rest of the Stanley Cup finals with a severe concussion after getting hit by Aaron Rome. Horton is second on the Bruins this postseason in goals, game-wi...

    Blog | June 08, 2011
  8. 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs: Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien want...

    James Murphy

    Claude Julien wants Bruins to focus on playing hockey tonight.

    Story | Conversation | June 08, 2011
  9. 2011 Stanley Cup finals: NHL finally gives us clear and concise r...

    Scott Burnside

    In the wake of an ugly incident, the NHL finally gave us a clear, concise and transparent response behind its disciplinary decision.

    Story | Conversation | June 07, 2011
  10. 2011 NHL Playoffs: Vancouver Canucks prepared to play without Aar...

    Lindsay Berra

    Aaron Rome will be suspended for his hit Monday night on Boston's Nathan Horton, and the Canucks are prepared to once again survive without one of their defensemen, Lindsay Berra writes.

    Blog | Conversation | June 07, 2011
  11. 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs: Vancouver Canucks' Aaron Rome suspende...

    Vancouver Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome has been suspended for four games by the league for his blindside hit of Boston Bruins forward Nathan Horton in Monday's Game 3 of the Stanley Cup playoffs, a source told ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun.

    Story | Conversation | June 07, 2011
  12. Bruins hammer Canucks after Nathan Horton injury as Tim Thomas st...

    Shortly after the Boston Bruins lost Nathan Horton to a frightening injury, they found a dazzling offensive rhythm that got them back into the Stanley Cup finals.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | June 06, 2011
  13. 2011 Stanley Cup finals: Boston Bruins' Nathan Horton hospitalize...

    Chris Forsberg

    Bruins forward Nathan Horton remained hospitalized on Monday night after leaving Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals on a stretcher.

    Story | Conversation | June 06, 2011
  14. 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs: Vancouver Canucks' Manny Malhotra back...

    Manny Malhotra returned to practice Friday with the Vancouver Canucks, still hoping to play in the Stanley Cup finals less than three months after a career-threatening eye injury.

    Story | Conversation | June 03, 2011