Bruins Talk

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They've all gotten away with it up to this point -- some more than others looking at your Burrows -- but fingers to the face won't be tolerated anymore. That doesn't mean the physicality will end though.
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With Nathan Horton out for the remainder of the Stanley Cup Finals, his active roster spot is up for grabs. It was pretty much understood that Tyler Seguin would take it, and now it's official.
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Aaron Rome should have been punished, but that punishment does nothing to make Boston feel any better
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Look for Michael Ryder, and possibly Rich Peverley, to take Nathan Horton's place on the Bruins' top line.
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Also, Shawn Thornton earns praise; the TD Garden ice gets choppy.
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Immediately after Game 3, the Canucks agreed that Aaron Rome's hit on Nathan Horton was late. On Tuesday, however, they changed their tune.
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Colin Campbell, the father of the Bruins' Gregory Campbell, is happy he stepped down as NHL disciplinarian before having to rule on the Nathan HortonAaron Rome case.

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