Rome Hit On Horton

Aaron Rome gets ejected during Game Three of the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Final, June 6, 2011 in Boston. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Canucks Say Rome Suspension ‘Not The Right Call’

After word of Aaron Rome’s four-game suspension for his hit on Bruins forward Nathan Horton came down Tuesday, the Canucks vocally rushed to their teammates defense.


Nathan Horton #18 of the Boston Bruins gets lifted off the ice after he was hit by Aaron Rome (not pictured) #29 of the Vancouver Canucks during Game Three. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Rome Wishes Horton ‘Quick And Full Recovery’

Vancouver Cancucks defenseman Aaron Rome is wishing Nathan Horton a quick and speedy recovery.


David Krejci and a member of the Boston Bruins medical staff check on Nathan Horton after he was check by Aaron Rome of the Vancouver Canucks during Game Three of the Stanley Cup Finals. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Bruins On Rome Suspension: ‘Doesn’t Bring Nathan Back’

The Boston Bruins are happy the NHL’s ruling to suspend Vancouver’s Aaron Rome, but it does little for the condition of Nathan Horton, who is out for the rest of the Stanley Cup Finals with a severe concussion.


Boston Bruins legend Ray Bourque. Credit: Ezra Shaw/ALLSPORT

Bourque Talks Game 3, Nathan Horton With Toucher And Rich

Bruins legend Ray Bourque was on with Toucher and Rich Tuesday morning to talk about the Bruins 8-1 Game 3 win over the Cancucks in the Stanley Cup Finals.