Bruins Cup Rewind: Bobby Orr Waves No. 18 Flag in Honor of Nathan Horton Before Game 4 of Cup Final, B’s Roll 4-0

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When Vancouver's Aaron Rome knocked Nathan Horton out of Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Bruins had enough. The Canucks had knocked out one of their offensive leaders on a controversial hit, and the B's weren't going to just roll over.

After a huge 8-1 win in Game 3 with Cam Neely on flag duty, it was Bobby Orr who got the crowd fired up before Game 4 at TD Garden.

In one of the more emotional moments of an emotional season, Orr waved a No. 18 flag in Horton's honor, sending the Bruins Faithful into a frenzy. The team responded by netting four goals en route to an impressive victory that tied the series at two games apiece.

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