Followers of Marc Savard’s Twitter feed know that the Bruins center still suffers from headaches and keeps close tabs on his Boston teammates and friends around the NHL.
You also know that he’s been coaching his kids’ teams this season.
Up until yesterday, the only Boston Bruins players I was aware of on Twitter were Tyler Seguin (@tylerseguin92) and Steven Kampfer (@stevekampfer47), plus a handful of Providence, major-junior and collegiate prospects.
But then one of my loyal followers pointed out @MSavvy91.
BOSTON — While the Bruins are still waiting to here about all the names they petitioned to get engraved on the Stanley Cup, one has been confirmed as included by the NHL.
Center Marc Savard will be on the Cup, Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli confirmed tonight during the State of the Bruins town hall meeting at TD Garden.
BOLTON, Mass. — In the back of their minds, many of the Bruins who won the Stanley Cup last June must’ve been thinking how great it would be to get a chance to go for the Cup again with center Marc Savard in uniform.
It was apparent as reports came out over the summer that Marc Savard was still battling symptoms of post-concussion syndrome that the star center’s 2011-12 season would be in doubt.
Here’s the answer to a question many of you have asked me in various forms on this blog and via Twitter.
A player’s day with the Stanley Cup is usually a day for unbridled joy and celebration.
Obviously, Marc Savard’s day today was mixed with a twinge of disappointment because of the Bruins center’s current health situation.
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.
Just like this blog, Greg Wyshynski of Yahoo! Sports has been receiving numerous inquiries about the status of getting Marc Savard’s name on the Stanley Cup.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said today during his conference call to announce the signing of Joe Corvo that Tuukka Rask and Milan Lucic recently underwent successful surgeries.
The saddest story of the Bruins’ 2010-11 Stanley Cup championship season just keeps getting sadder.
BOSTON — He wasn’t able to fly across the continent to join his Bruins teammates in Vancouver for their Stanley Cup championship celebration, so Marc Savard did the next best thing.
BOSTON — Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli confirmed today during a press conference that veteran center Marc Savard is scheduled to come to town for tomorrow’s “rolling rally” downtown in honor of the Stanley Cup champions.
BOSTON — Just 11:20 into the first period of the Bruins’ 6-5 Game 2 win over Tampa Bay tonight, the TD Garden crowd was clued into what many already knew.
Marc Savard was on hand to watch his team battle in the Eastern Conference Final.
BOSTON — Last week Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said he thought injured center Marc Savard might make his way to Boston to catch some games in the Eastern Conference Final, which starts tonight at the TD Garden.