This afternoon Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli told the hockey media that Boston's all-star center Marc Savard
will not be joining his teammates on the ice for the start of the club's raining camp.
"The latter part of the summer, he came to us and said he's been suffering some symptoms related to post-concussion syndrome," said Chiarelli.
"He's here. He's being treated. He won't be skating.
"I'll give you updates periodically when I have information. He won’t be available to the media [and] I'll keep you posted as I learn the news."
On March 7, 2010, Savard suffered a concussion after a blindside hit by Pittsburgh Penguins
forward Matt Cooke
. He missed 18 regular season games and six playoff games.
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