Nathan Horton’s Severe Concussion Leaves No Chance for Justice


June 7, 2011

Nathan Horton's Severe Concussion Leaves No Chance for Justice Aaron Rome has been suspended four games by the NHL, which will strip him of the chance to play in the biggest series of his life. That certainly stings, but it’s nothing compared to the recovery that awaits Nathan Horton.

The B’s big winger suffered a severe concussion and likewise won’t be able to play for the next four games. Hopefully, if he can recover fully from the traumatic brain injury, those will be the only games he’ll miss.’s Michael Hurley was a guest on The Andrew Krystal Show on FAN 590 in Toronto on Tuesday, and he discussed the hit in detail.

Listen to the interview on the FAN 590 website »<!– , or right-click here to save the file. –>

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