CBSSports.com "The Columbus Blue Jackets had raised expectations coming into this season in part because of their big offseason signing of former Bruins forward Nathan Horton . Only problem is his debut with the team is still pending due to shoulder surgery in the offseason to fix an issue lingering from his..." November 19
Pro Hockey Talk "The Blue Jackets needed some good news and on Wednesday, they got some. Nathan Horton, the club’s prized $37 million free agent signing, skated today for the first time since undergoing major shoulder surgery this summer and, what’s more, his latest MRI revealed the shoulder is rehabbing..." November 07
No update on RW Nathan Horton returning from shoulder injury. Still November - January window.
NHL.com "Columbus Blue Jackets forward Nathan Horton underwent surgery today to repair a shoulder injury suffered during the 2013 Stanley Cup Final, club General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced today. The surgery was performed by Dr. Jon Warner at the Boston Shoulder Institute at Massachusetts General..." July 18
#CBJ RW Nathan Horton will have shoulder surgery next week in Boston. Day has not been settled yet. 4-6 months recovery.
Nathan Horton's deal with CBJ is 7 years, $37.1 ($5.3 AAV) but he gets $30M in first 5 years.
#CBJ have extended a long-term offer to free agent Nathan Horton.
CBSSports.com "The NHL's new two-day interview period has given teams an opportunity to meet with free agents before the signing period begins on July 5. One team that was known to take advantage of that on Wednesday was the Columbus Blue Jackets as they hosted former Boston Bruins forward Nathan..." July 03
CSN New England "There’s no doubt Nathan Horton surprised everyone when he informed the Bruins over the weekend he was walking away from the team in free agency, looking for “a new beginning” somewhere else. As recently as a couple of weeks ago, indications were that the right wing still enjoyed being a member of..." July 02
Horton's agent Paul Krepelka: "Nathan has told BOS he wants to explore free agency. It's not a financial issue, just a decision to move on."
Boston Herald "Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli and coach Claude Julien held exit interviews with players yesterday and then conducted a lengthy press conference during which many of the open questions about the team were answered. There were many topics of conversation, but one of the most pressing was..." June 27
Michigan Live "Nathan Horton 2012-13 team: Boston Position: Right wing Height/Weight: 6-2/229 Age: 28 Shoots: Right 2012-13 stats: (regular season) 43 games, 13 goals, 9 assists, 22 points, plus-1 rating, 22 penalty minutes, averaged 16:51 in ice time; (playoffs) 21 games, 7 goals, 12 assists,..." June 24
NHL.com "Forward Nathan Horton took part in the morning skate Saturday, as expected, as the Boston Bruins finished preparations for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday at United Center (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, CBC, RDS). Horton practiced ThursDay and took line rushes..." June 15
Boston Herald "Nathan Horton, as usual, had a giant smile on his face. So did a lot of other people around the Bruins yesterday afternoon at the United Center, where Horton was a surprise participant in the B’s off-day practice before tonight’s Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals. Horton skated on a few line..." June 15
Nathan Horton shooting and passing. No limitations.
Boston Herald "Losing the heroic Gregory Campbell hurt the Bruins, but it was a setback they were able to absorb fairly well. The loss of Nathan Horton would be an entirely different matter. It was a devastating night for the Bruins Wednesday in the magnificent opener of the Stanley Cup finals, and not just..." June 14
WEEI Boston "According to a source with direct knowledge of the situation, Nathan Horton has been dealing with chronic left shoulder subluxation, which caused him to leave Wednesday’s Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals during the first overtime. The injury was originally suffered when Horton fought Penguins..." June 14
CSN New England "Michael Felger and Tony Amonte on Postgame Live after the Bruins triple-overtime, 4-3 loss to the Blackhawks in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals talk about how Tyler Seguin will have to step up after the loss of Nathan Horton for the B's. The Bruins lost Horton to an injury and he didn't return..." June 13
Claude Julien says Nathan Horton is day-to-day.
CSN New England "While Nathan Horton's upper-body injury didn't look good when he left the game in the first overtime of Game 1 against the Blackhawks, it doesn't appear to be anything too serious. It's believed to be a left shoulder issue for Horton, who was knocked out of Game 1's 4-3 triple-overtime loss..." June 13
CSN New England "The Bruins may have lost more than a game Wednesday night. Nathan Horton, one of their most valuable postseason performers, appeared to injure his shoulder during a power play in the first overtime period. He skated to the bench in obvious pain, went to the locker room, and didn't return for..." June 13
Boston Herald "If David Krejci scored goals at his 2013 playoff pace over the course of an 82-game regular season, he’d finish with 44 goals. Not too shabby for a guy whose career high is 23 goals. Nathan Horton is almost a point-per-game player through the two postseasons in which he’s participated. In 591..." June 03
Boston Herald "Nathan Horton has been responsible for many celebrations since joining the Bruins in 2010, but he almost spoiled one Wednesday night. While David Krejci was streaking down ice for the game-winning goal that earned the Bruins a 4-3 overtime victory and a 3-1 lead in their Eastern Conference..." May 10
Boston Herald "Although it wasn’t scheduled beforehand, a little time off at the end of the regular season might’ve been just the prescription Bruins forward Nathan Horton needed to find his game. Horton missed the final five games with an upper-body injury. He started skating a few days before he joined the..." May 04
CSN New England "Nathan Horton couldn’t hide the smile from his face as he went through a full practice, and appeared ready to go for Game 1 of the playoffs starting Wednesday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Horton was wearing the white practice jersey and skating in his customary spot on the right wing..." May 01
Nathan Horton (upper body) will not be making the trip to Philly for tomorrow night's game vs. the Flyers #BruinsTalk
CSN New England "While the Bruins seemed to find their physicality and get in touch with their intensity in an emotionally charged atmosphere, it might have come at a cost. Bruins right wing Nathan Horton was among the most notably intense players on the ice as he registered four hits in just 5:18 of ice time and..." April 21
Yahoo! Sports "The Boston Bruins had plenty of good reasons to want to beat the Washington Capitals in a matinee on Saturday. Remember, it was the Capitals who, on their last previous visit to TD Garden, knocked the Bruins out of the playoffs in the first round last spring, and it was the Caps who came back..." March 16
NESN "The Bruins love Nathan Horton as, by all accounts, he’s one of the best teammates any NHL player could ask for. When he plays like he did on Thursday night, however, he must be their favorite guy in the world. The big forward with the even bigger smile played his best game of the season, scoring..." February 22
CSN New England "Claude Julien loved what he saw out of Nathan Horton against Tampa Bay in his best game of the season. The Bruins coach liked it so much he left the right winger out on the ice with Chris Kelly and Rich Peverley in the closing seconds with an empty net so Horton could go for his third career..." February 22
Boston Herald "It’s grown almost tiresome in recent weeks, getting essentially the same quote from Bruins players, coaches and front office folks: The scoring chances are there, just not the finish; the puck’s bound to start going in soon. Even when they outplayed and outshot the opposition and generated..." February 22
CSN New England "Nathan Horton completed another step on the way to proving that he's right back to where he once was as a highly regarded power forward that tied everything together for the Bruins. He passed the first test after experiencing no linger concussion issues over the summer into the four month..." January 24
Boston Herald "For Bruins right winger Nathan Horton, the best sign early in the season is that he hasn't thought twice about giving or taking a hit. It would be understandable for Horton to be hesitant to undertake physical play. When he stepped on the Garden ice for the season opener last Saturday against..." January 24
Boston Globe "Nathan Horton will miss his seventh straight game today because of a concussion. It will not be the last. After yesterday's practice at TD Garden, coach Claude Julien acknowledged that Horton has suffered a setback. Horton first skated on his own last Sunday. But Horton's post-concussion..." February 11
Boston Herald "How odd that when Patrice Bergeron struggled somewhat in the season after he returned from a major concussion, he received no criticism. It was widely understood that it wasn't easy to come back from such a devastating injury. But Nathan Horton has been ripped in some quarters as he resumed..." January 18
Boston Herald "Bruins coach Claude Julien used the phrase a couple of times yesterday morning in describing what Nathan Horton can be — a difference-maker. All you have to do is go back to last spring to know how much of one Horton can be, with three huge goals — including two overtime winners and two series..." January 05
Boston Herald "In hockey, as in most other walks of life, talking about a problem may be an important step toward solving it. Bruins forward Nathan Horton took that step last week when he spoke with great candor about the difficulties he was having feeling comfortable and returning to form after the severe..." November 08
Boston Herald "Knocked out of the Stanley Cup finals on a nasty hit by Vancouver's Aaron Rome just more than three months ago, Nathan Horton returned to game action last night in the Bruins' all-around dominant 7-3 victory over the Montreal Canadiens. "I was a little nervous coming in, just from what..." September 26
Boston Herald "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..." September 18
Toronto Star "Imagine you're Howie Borrow, one of the white-gloved custodians of the Stanley Cup. You know Nathan Horton only gets the Cup for one day. You know there's about 6,000 people in a park in Dunnville waiting for their local hero to show it off. You know you only have one chance to get it..." July 18
Toronto Star "This is going to be bigger than the Mudcat Festival. It's even going to be bigger than the annual Agricultural Fair. The Stanley Cup is coming to Dunnville, Ont., for the fist time — if not in history, then at least for as long as anyone can remember. Nathan Horton of the Boston Bruins will..." July 17
Boston Herald "Nathan Horton was hurt before he got injured. The Bruins right winger had shoulder problems before the start of the playoffs, but the worst of his pain was inflicted during Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals against Tampa Bay. Horton took a vicious hit from Lightning center Nate Thompson..." June 20
Boston Herald "With a pair of Game 7-winning goals on his resume this postseason, Nathan Horton already had contributed mightily to the Bruins' Stanley Cup run. But at 3:17 p.m. local time yesterday, he decided to do some more. Horton, who suffered a severe concussion in Game 3 of the finals on a late hit..." June 16
Boston Herald "Nathan Horton couldn't be on the ice to deliver game-winning goals last night, but even a severe concussion couldn't keep him from making the trip to Vancouver, to give his teammates a Game 7 boost. "He's awesome," winger Shawn Thornton said of Horton. "I love that guy. He really puts everyone..." June 16
Boston Globe "The Bruins left here with the Stanley Cup last night, their first in 39 years, each of them shaking it emphatically over their heads, with purpose and panache, amid the customary bedlam that cascades over the ice on the NHL's championship night. Grown men in sweat-soaked Black-and-Gold uniforms..." June 16
Boston Globe "It's as if he never got hurt. Yesterday, Bruins assistant equipment manager Jim Johnson set up Nathan Horton's stall as though he were ready to play. It will be the same tonight, when a white game jersey will be hanging there, next to his gear. Horton traveled with his teammates to Vancouver..." June 15
Boston Herald "As Bruins star Milan Lucic spoke after his team's 8-1 dismantling of the Vancouver Canucks in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final Monday night, it was hard not to notice he was standing in front of the dressing stall of injured teammate Nathan Horton. Nor was it hard not to notice that The Jacket —..." June 08
Toronto Sun "Boston Bruins winger Nathan Horton has suffered a severe concussion and is out for the rest of the Stanley Cup final, a source with knowledge of the situation has confirmed for QMI Agency. Horton suffered the concussion five minutes into Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final when he was hit by..." June 07
The Globe and Mail "Rome will burn. Or at the very least, he will be singed by the NHL justice system, such as it is. In a season when no single issue has dominated the NHL's agenda like head shots and in a season when commissioner Gary Bettman took the unprecedented step of unveiling a new player safety..." June 07
Vancouver Province "In his dealings with the media, Aaron Rome comes off as the grounded, level-headed sort you find in every NHL dressing room. You can't say you know the guy. But what you see, you like. You also like that, this season, the 27-year-old farm boy from western Manitoba carved out a place on the..." June 07