Moran: Game One loss for Bruins is encouraging for the team

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June 14, 2013, 8:42 am
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(NECN) -  The bruins are back to practice Friday, ahead of Game Two Saturday in the Stanley Cup Final.
But the question is, will forward Nathan Horton be on the ice after dealing with upper-body injury?
Here with more is Comcast SportsNets' Jess Moran.

She said that the Bruins are a better team when he is on the ice, but it’s going to come down to whether or not Horton will be able to play with upper-body injury.

She said that the Bruins’ loss of Game One of the Stanley Cup Final is encouraging because it took the Chicago Blackhawks three overtimes to take the victory of the Bruins.
The next game is on the NBC Sports Network at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Our sister station Comcast SportsNet has you covered before and after the game.

Twitter: @JessMoranCSN

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Tags: bruins, Blackhawks, Stanley Cup, Final, Comcast SportsNet, Jess Moran
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