Talking to WHDH-TV following the Bruins' 4-0 Game 7 win, clinching the Stanley Cup championship for the B's, injured forward Nathan Horton admitted to pouring water that was TD Garden ice onto the Rogers Arena ice surface prior to the season's final game.
"We wanted to put our ice on their ice and make it our ice," Horton told Channel 7. "I was trying to be sneaky."
Despite being out of the past three games with a concussion, Horton joined his teammates on the ice following the victory, taking his turn to hoist the Stanley Cup.
"It's hard to explain how happy I am and be part of the Boston Bruins," he said.
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