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Horton is Back for some March Madness

Nathan Horton will try to pick up where he left off as he returns to the lineup tonight against Phoenix. It's Horton's first game back since taking a Dennis Seidenberg puck off the leg on Jan. 21 on Long Island.

Horton will be back on a top line with old pals Stephen Weiss and David Booth.

Michal Repik has been sent back to Rochester.

Now, back to basketball...PS: Most players have Kansas winning it all, with a few taking Duke, Kentucky or Syracuse. Pete DeBoer's pick: The Buckeyes of Ohio State.

Horton is Back for some March Madness


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....they are sending Repik back?....Really?!

Mmm...In-N-Out. So glad I'm now out West where we have them. I could go for a double-double for lunch! (And any Canadians reading this, no, that's not a coffee!)

Is Vokoun back in tonight or does he get some rest?

Send Repik back because he scores goals? Makes sense to only Sexton. Believe it or not..The Panthers still have a chance making the playoffs with major injuries in Boston and Philly now. Yet, Panthers send someone down who knows how to score goals. They must be really trying to get a top 5 draft pick.

Repik has been in the DB doghouse all year. Everytime he gets called up he does score.

I think it's good that Repik was sent down because he scores goals and we need to keep losing in order to get a better draft pick. I know I sound like a sellout, but this year is done! Then again, even with a high draft choice, our scouts will manage to screw it up somehow!

God Bless DeBoer and Go Bucks!

Repik needs to be here in Rochester because he needs to get PLAYOFF experience, which he will certainly not get in Florida.

So please be eliminated early so Garrison and Matthias can be sent back. If you want to keep Ellerby, thats ok with us.....

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