Horton: Good News

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    Horton: Good News

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    Just watched Nathan Horton walk down the hall at United Center. Didn't notice any injury. Looked pretty mobile.

     

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    Pierre said he's been playing with a lingering upper body injury and it looks like he hurt it worse. I dont like the fact that nobody hit him and he didnt come back..




     
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    Looked like a popped shoulder. He pushed at the defender to get at the puck in front of the net. He exterted too much. Does seem a bit fragile.

    Better they pop it back and let him rest for a few days.

    Where's the cortisone?

     

     
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    He may have left the rink with no adverse effects, but not coming back when there was 3 periods of OT makes me think he will be out a while.Maybe he'll be back if the series goes 6 or 7.

     
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    Have a look. Hopefully, it won't be bad. It certainly doesn't look like more than a popped shoulder.

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0L9jHxOXgBY

     
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    In response to Don-Bruino's comment:

    Looked like a popped shoulder. He pushed at the defender to get at the puck in front of the net. He exterted too much. Does seem a bit fragile.

    Better they pop it back and let him rest for a few days.

    Where's the cortisone?

     




    Lol playoff hockey

     
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    The question becomes. If Horton can't go who takes his spot and how will it affect the other lines. If he can't go I'm guessing Seguin takes his spot.  

     
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    Seguin is correct.  Yeti on the third line?  

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    Im still hesitant to put the Yeti in there...but then again what are our other options? Pandolfo? Spooner? Tough call...

     
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    I'm for the Yeti if need be. I don't feel comfortable with Pandolfo or Spooner at this stage.

     
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    Have a look. Hopefully, it won't be bad. It certainly doesn't look like more than a popped shoulder.

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0L9jHxOXgBY



    Pretty sure it's related to the injury he sustained in the Iginla fight in the last regular season game against the Pens late April. Watch the youtube video on that one. It's the same side/shoulder. He was out for a while with that. I wouldn't be suprised if he needs some repairs in the offseason to get that addressed.

     
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    I'm for the Yeti if need be. I don't feel comfortable with Pandolfo or Spooner at this stage.



    As odd as it seems, it may actually be the best choice.

    How are the lines then?

    Lucic-Krejci-Seguin

    March-Bergergon-Jagr

    Daugavin-Soderberg-Peverly

    Paille-Kelly-Thornton

     
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    I would swap Seguin and Jagr. Segs has had tons of sucess with Bergy and March. We really need to get Seguin going. I think Jagr's style fits in better with Krejci & Looch too.

     
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    I would swap Seguin and Jagr. Segs has had tons of sucess with Bergy and March. We really need to get Seguin going. I think Jagr's style fits in better with Krejci & Looch too.



    I agree.  I'd also like to see Krejci be setting Jagr up on the first line.

    That second line of Marchand-Bergeron-Seguin had some real magic last season.  Seguin's been playing great but he just hasn't had any luck going for him.  Maybe putting him back with these two is the adjustment he needs to start netting a few.  If he pots one, the flood gates will open.  He's hustling, winning puck battles, and playing great defense.  I'm pleased with his play so far in the past couple games.

     
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    In response to MDsizzle's comment:

    I would swap Seguin and Jagr. Segs has had tons of sucess with Bergy and March. We really need to get Seguin going. I think Jagr's style fits in better with Krejci & Looch too.



    I like Jagr on the Bergeron line.  He brings better possession skills to that line.  His size, board work, and passing are great for Marchand and Bergeron.  Seguin doesn't provide those things.  Looch has been handling the hitting on the #1 line anyway, as Horton hasn't been physical for awhile becasue of his shoulder separation.  He has used his skating, his shot, and passing.  Something that Seguin can do.  I think the 3rd & 4th lines need some changes.

    Lucic Krejci Seguin

    Marchand Bergeron Jagr

    Paille Peverly Daug

    Spooner Pandolfo Soderberg 

    Bruins aren't rolling 4 with Campbell injury, Kelly has been abysmal all year, and obviously CJ has no faith in #22.  Load the 4th up with 3 centers and see what happens in their 10 minutes of ice time.  I feel that Pandolfo can contribute in the dot and on the PK just as well as Kelly.  Spooner and Soderberg can skate.  And if someone falters on line three, juggle the bottom 2 accordingly.

     
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    Looked like a popped shoulder. He pushed at the defender to get at the puck in front of the net. He exterted too much. Does seem a bit fragile.

    Better they pop it back and let him rest for a few days.

    Where's the cortisone?

     



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    per dreger: doubtful for game two

     
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    Hawks 3rd line much stronger then ours.   bolland shaw bickell were great for them.  

    My lines would be 

    dk/seguin/lucic.  Bergie line

    kelly/peverly/paille.  

    Soder/doug/ST- used very little.  

     
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    Hawks 3rd line much stronger then ours.   bolland shaw bickell were great for them.  

    My lines would be 

    dk/seguin/lucic.  Bergie line

    kelly/peverly/paille.  

    Soder/doug/ST- used very little.  



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     might as well go for a soda.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ending threads since '07

     
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    Re: Horton: Good News

    Per ESPN NHL updates,

    "Bruins Nathan Horton listed as day-to-day with upper-body injury"

    That's somewhat encouraging that he isn't officially out for the remainder of the Finals.

    Hopefully he can get some rest, sit out Game 2, shoot him up with cortisone and painkillers so he's ready for Game 3 or 4, and then surgically repair the injury in the offseason.

    The poor guy just can't catch a break with injuries.  

     
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    I did not stay at a Holiday Inn last night nor do I think I am Dr. Recchi but no one seeing Horton with his arm in a sling is a good sign.


    I said on all of of the BDC thread-lineup-predictions throughout the playoffs, if Bruin fans see Pandolfo on the ice for Boston at anytime..."we in big trouble"

     

     
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    An upper body injury is not what the Chicago Blahocks saw in Horton.  He will be a target.  Take him out early is going to be the focus.  Separated shoulders are not something one can simply take pain killers to alleviate the pain.  Caron maybe the answer, but one thing is for sure, it ain't Plainawful.  Yeti is still intriguing.  He has to be better offensively than Caron.  

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    Have a look. Hopefully, it won't be bad. It certainly doesn't look like more than a popped shoulder.

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0L9jHxOXgBY

     



    Pretty sure it's related to the injury he sustained in the Iginla fight in the last regular season game against the Pens late April. Watch the youtube video on that one. It's the same side/shoulder. He was out for a while with that. I wouldn't be suprised if he needs some repairs in the offseason to get that addressed.

     




    I heard that also...but he was slashed at the net...He was grabbing his wrist Did anyone else see that ?

     
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    In response to Don-Bruino's comment:

     

    Have a look. Hopefully, it won't be bad. It certainly doesn't look like more than a popped shoulder.

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0L9jHxOXgBY

     



    Pretty sure it's related to the injury he sustained in the Iginla fight in the last regular season game against the Pens late April. Watch the youtube video on that one. It's the same side/shoulder. He was out for a while with that. I wouldn't be suprised if he needs some repairs in the offseason to get that addressed.

     

     




     

    I heard that also...but he was slashed at the net...He was grabbing his wrist Did anyone else see that ?

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    Ive had a couple seperated shoulders before,you tend to grab wrist or lower arm to support shoulder,sometimes they can just pop them back in and your good to go.i never was though,I couldn't do nothing for couple of weaks,but I'm a big baby.

     

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