Nathan Horton couldn't play in Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final, but he provided a moment that will live on in Bruins' history. Horton, who traveled with the team to Rogers Arena for Game 7, poured ice from TD Garden in the rink at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.
"We wanted to put our ice on their ice and make it our ice," Horton told Channel 7. "I was trying to be sneaky." (via WEEI)
Horton was knocked out of the Cup Final by a vicious hit from Aaron Rome in Game 3 in Boston. Horton was carried off the ice and was taken to Mass General Hospital, where he was diagnosed with a sever concussion.
Rome was suspended four games for the hit, which held him out for the rest of the series.