What’s next for Thomas Horn?

  • October 21, 2021

On the ice, Thomas Horn said he’s still working on a rehab plan for his left shoulder.

The veteran defenseman will be on the ice for a full day of skating Thursday, but said the injury is not that serious.

“I’ll have to get in there with my rehab,” Horn said.

I’m not worried about it. “

It’s just a shoulder injury and a long rehab.

I’m not worried about it.

He’s doing a great job, but I’m just trying to get through it and get through my rehab. “

He’s a good guy and a great guy.

“If I don’t come back, I’m going to miss the playoffs for sure. “

That’s just the reality of the situation. “

If I don’t come back, I’m going to miss the playoffs for sure.

Horn is coming off the worst year of his career, missing more than half the season due to injuries. “

Just get over that hump and get ready to play again.”

Horn is coming off the worst year of his career, missing more than half the season due to injuries.

He finished the year with just 12 points and three assists in 54 games.

He missed nearly a month of training camp with a shoulder issue.

Horn’s career was derailed when the Pittsburgh Penguins signed veteran winger Mark Letestu in the offseason.

Horn has since returned to playing and his return to the NHL has not been without controversy.

Last season, he was suspended by the NHL for an undisclosed amount of time for violating team rules.

Horn was suspended for two games for boarding a Montreal player in November, a move that led to his release from the Penguins.

He was also suspended by his team in February for the same incident.

Horn played for the Montreal Canadiens in 2013-14 and was a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the team.

He played for Pittsburgh in 2014-15 and was the team’s captain for parts of that season.

Jeff Horn dies at 66

  • August 7, 2021

A veteran funeral home owner who worked in the area said his beloved grandfather was the last of the big horn players who died of the virus.

Horne Funeral Home in Lakeland, Florida, said Monday that Jeff Horn died Sunday.

“His death is a sad day for the family,” said Steve Smith, the facility’s general manager.

“He was a great guy, a great husband and father.”

Horn, 68, was born in St. Louis and worked in a funeral home in Stokesville, Tennessee.

He died Sunday in Lakeville, according to a statement from the Lakeland Police Department.

He was a father of four.

Smith said Horn “was a great leader and a great mentor.

He worked with many people, including a lot of other people in our industry who are dealing with the virus and his friends and family, to help keep people safe.”

“He was always happy to have a laugh and to give people a good time,” Smith said.

He was the founder of the Southern Funeral Homes of Tennessee and one of the last big horn performers.

He retired in 2001 after 36 years in the business, and was inducted into the Tennessee Funeral Directors Hall of Fame.

It’s the second death in two days of big horn musicians.

The death of Robert Blyth, also 66, on Thursday, followed an incident on Friday when his son, who was playing with his dad, suffered a serious infection.