CHICAGO — Bruins right winger Nathan Horton  left Game 1 of the Stanley Cup  finals with what appeared to be an upper-body injury suffered on a power play in the first overtime and did not return. After the game, Claude Julien  offered no update on his status.
“Nothing right now because there’s nothing to say because our doctors haven’t finalized the evaluation properly,” Julien said.
With Horton out, the Bruins played Tyler Seguin  on the top line in his place. Seguin would appear to be the only option for the spot, as Rich Peverley  has to play center with Gregory Campbell  out.
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