Nathan Horton drew a large throng of reporters following the Bruins' first training camp practice at the Garden yesterday. Most of the questions the winger heard, predictably, were about the horrific concussion he suffered June 6 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Vancouver Canucks.

Turns out there really wasn't much to talk about.

"I feel good," Horton said. "It felt good to be back. It was a lot of fun. Whatever happened in the past, I'm just excited to be back on the ice."

Horton was relieved, but not suprised, to be setback-free.

"I wasn't worried at all," he said. "I just feel like (the concussion) is in the past. I haven't even thought about it. With what I did on the ice or the fitness testing, it hasn't even crossed my mind."