VIDEO: Tampa Bay Lightning Fan Sprayed With Water Bottle By Bruins' Nathan Horton

The Tampa Bay Lightning have a chance to head to the Stanley Cup Finals if they're able to defeat the Boston Bruins in Game 7 and, thanks to Bruins right wing Nathan Horton's actions following Game 6, there's a chance the Bruins could be shorthanded for the deciding game.

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Horton, who has six points thus far in the series, decided to spray a Lightning fan with water while leaving the ice following the Lightning's 5-4 victory on Wednesday night.

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This wouldn't typically be newsworthy as it probably happens quite a bit more than people recognize, but Horton was caught on video (below) and has some calling for him to be suspended for his actions. SB Nation's Travis Hughes (who tipped us off to this incident), however, believes that Horton will be slapped with a fine and it'll be brushed under the table.

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Either way, it seems that one fanbase is going to be upset. And, since you're checking SB Nation Tampa Bay, that fan will probably be you.

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