BOSTON -- Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said Wednesday he has not spoken with forward Nathan Horton, who suffered a season-ending concussion Monday in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals, but has exchanged text messages with Horton's wife.
"There's no update," Chiarelli said. "Everything remains the same today. His wife texted me back, saying that he's sleeping, feeling better and he'll get back to me, but I haven't heard from him yet today. But he was resting peacefully and the headaches were getting better."
Horton's agent, Paul Krepelka, said Horton was resting at home during Game 4 with "typical" concussion symptoms, saying Horton has headaches and is fatigued.
Krepelka said Horton has heard about all the well wishes from Bruins fans and wanted to express his gratitude.