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Horton, some good news?

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    Re: Horton, some good news?

    This sucks. He makes a difference for this team. And scored some HUGE goals last spring. Hopefully he's 100% next October and never has another concussion again. Oh, and when we get the Flyers next, we need to beat the ears right off that worthless pr!ck, Sestito-the-shiteater.
     
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    Re: Horton, some good news?

    Beswt decision for Nathan. he can recover , as Bergie did, and come back ready to prove himself next year.
     
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    Re: Horton, some good news?

    Well, we'll have to repeat without him.

    Then, threepeat with him.

     
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    Re: Horton, some good news?

    on the tsn comments for this story there is a lot of "keep your head up, serves him right, karmas a b**##," etc. coming from canuck fans, ironic since this news comes at the same time sedin is ruled out for game 1 with a concussion.

    i still don't understand with the caution they seem to show for concussions how mcquaid ever got in that game last week.
     
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