The severely injured forward Nathan Horton made a surprise pop-up in his team’s locker room after the Boston Bruins walked away from the ice with a 4-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals Wednesday night at TD Garden. Odds.
Horton, who experienced a brutal concussion following a late hit from Vancouver defenseman Aaron Rome in the initial period of Boston’s Game 3 victory on Monday, is suspended for the rest of the series, but without the knowledge of his teammates, he got to the arena in order to hand off the MVP jacket the team had hung in his locker in his honor after Monday’s win. Scores.
The Bruins staff members and players expressed Horton was in a good emotional state and just seeing him moving around was a motivational sign for a team that wasn’t sure when it would see their fallen teammate again. The Bruins are headed back to Vancouver with the series tied 2-2 for Game 5 on Friday.
This game will be crucial for the likes of both teams, although let’s remember that the Canucks are still the ones holding the home court advantage. Las Vegas odds.
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