As his day with the Stanley Cup draws near, Marc Savard’s chances of continuing his career beyond this season aren’t looking any better.
The Boston Globe today reported that general manager Peter Chiarelli said Savard is still “complaining of headaches” stemming from his post-concussion syndrome, which was triggered by a Matt Hunwick hit in January.
If Savard doesn’t show improvement soon, according to the Globe, he will not be able to participate in the team’s training camp in September.
Savard will have the Stanley Cup Monday. There has been no decision yet on whether he gets to have his name etched on the Cup despite having played in just 25 games last season.