Nathan Horton (back) failed his physical and will not be included on the Maple Leafs' training camp roster, Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star reports.
Nathan Horton (back) was traded to the Maple Leafs on Thursday in exchange for David Clarkson.
Nathan Horton (back) was in Columbus on Thursday to speak to the front office and hasn't yet given up on the possibility of playing again, the Columbus Dispatch reports. "There's been some progress there. He is feeling a little better," president of hockey operations John Davidson said. "I don't know what that means in the big picture, but he's better now than he was earlier this season. His whole attitude was different - better - than the last time we saw him."
Nathan Horton is bracing for the possibility of career-ending surgery to rectify his degenerative spinal condition, Jimmy Hascup of USA Today reports.
The Blue Jackets fear that Nathan Horton (back) will not be able to suit up in 2014-15, Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch reports.
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