Bruins center Marc Savard is feeling better but has yet to start working out, he told Boston.com and several other outlets this morning after Boston’s morning skate at TD Garden in preparation for a big evening game with Buffalo.
“I’m starting to feel better,” Savard told writers . “I’m getting out the last week and doing some things, getting out of the house. I’ve been cooped in my house a lot. I’m starting to feel better, that’s for sure. Hopefully that continues.”
Savard was injured March 7 in Pittsburgh by a blindside hit by Matt Cooke. He suffered a Grade 2 concussion.