Nathan Horton Out for Season - confirmed 4/11/12
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03-31-2012, 01:36 AM
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Location: N.Windham, CT
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The last thing either the club or Horton wants is for him to return to action before he's 100% symptom free. With Savard, we've seen the tragic result of a player returning prematurely.
Totally true. The move that had to be made was made, I guess. For everybody. It is what it is.
That being said, now with Horton gone, I don't know if we have enough offensive punch. Even with grinding out playoff games, I don't know if there will be enough clutch scorers to get us by.
I've feared this day.
I guess you say the same old thing that the coaches always say "someone will have to step up." That's all nice and all...but who?
Maybe we'll see some monstrous goals from guys like Rolston, or maybe even Caron will get moved up...maybe Big Z will go on a 'big blast' tare?! Pou-pou choo-choo?
Losing Ryder and now Horton from last season's playoff team is losing A LOT of punch.
...Oh well, chip and a chair, I suppose.
Help us Tim Thomas...You're are only hope!
...*sighs*...Thanks for making my day.
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