Nathan HortonHorton came to the Bruins via a trade with the Florida Panthers before the 2010-11 season. Horton was packaged with Gregory Campbell and the Bruins shipped Dennis Wideman, a first round pick in the 2010 NHL draft, and third round pick in the 2011 draft. Horton finished his first season with the Bruins second in goals with 26. Horton scored the game-winning goal in OT in both Games 5 and 7 to help Boston rally to beat Montreal in the first round of the playoffs. Horton's third-period goal against the Lightning in Game 7 sent the Bruins into the Stanley Cup Finals, but in Game 3, Horton suffered a season-ending concussion after a hit by Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome.