PHILADELPHIA — The best cure for the Bruins’ power play right now would be to have a healthy Marc Savard working the half wall on one of their quintets.
BOSTON — At this time last year, the Bruins knew that the deeper they advanced in the Stanley Cup playoffs, the better odds that Marc Savard would return to their lineup before the season ended.
Last week, a national report quoted a source saying that Bruins center Marc Savard was not only still suffering from post-concussion syndrome but also battling some memory loss.
General manager Peter Chiarelli has since confirmed that report.
Updated information about the condition of Bruins center Marc Savard has been hard to come by since the veteran was officially shut down for the season last month.
The man with the actual medical degree and years of experience has spoken publicly, and now we have a still-muddied but clearer picture than before of the paths Marc Savard’s situation might go down.
The Bruins have scheduled a 2 p.m. press conference with general manager Peter Chiarelli, center Marc Savard and team physician Dr. Peter Asnis. I doubt they’re all getting together to announce Savard’s new line of sticks.
It was widely reported Sunday that the Bruins have made the decision to shut down the concussed star for the remainder of this season.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli had a lot to say during his weekly radio hit with Toucher & Rich on 98.5 The Sports Hub today.
Patience might be a virtue, but it has basically been thrown out the window by most in today’s society.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — There won’t be an update on Marc Savard’s condition until the Bruins center returns to the Boston area.
Appearing on the Toucher & Rich radio show on 98.5 The Sports Hub, Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli offered an update on injured center Marc Savard.
Not only is there no timetable for Marc Savard’s return to the Bruins, but there’s no timetable for when the Bruins will know the timetable.
Such is the nature of head injuries, which the Bruins have learned all too well over the last several seasons.
When it comes to brevity in statements about the health of one of their star players, the Bruins seemingly lead the league.
When it comes to playing without Marc Savard, the Bruins have had plenty of practice already this season.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Some folks in New England might’ve lost sleep last night over whether Bruins star Marc Savard would be able to catch some z’s.
BOSTON – On paper, Nathan Horton and Michael Ryder seem an unlikely pair of wingers for playmaking center Marc Savard.