|Update: Nathan Horton out vs. Canadiens||01.08.11 at 4:27 pm ET|
Nathan Horton is out of the Bruins’ lineup as the team takes on the Canadiens in Montreal on Saturday night. Coach Claude Julien had told reporters earlier in the day that the forward was unlikely to play with an undisclosed ailment that Julien would only describe as “discomfort.”
With Horton not playing vs. the Habs, Tyler Seguin is taking his place on the third line, while Brad Marchand is skating with the second line and Daniel Paille is with the fourth line.
Horton has not missed a game this season. In 39 games, he has 12 goals and 14 assists, though he has just four goals over his last 23 contests.
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