BOLTON, Mass. (AP) - Boston Bruins forward Marc Savard will get his name on the Stanley Cup after all.
General manager Peter Chiarelli said Monday at the team's charity golf tournament that Savard's name will be inscribed on the trophy with his teammates.
Savard played in only 25 games last season because of post-concussion syndrome. He missed the entire playoffs as the Bruins won their first Stanley Cup since 1972.
Also Monday, Bruins forward Nathan Horton, who was injured during the Stanley Cup finals against Vancouver, said he is skating again and ready for the start of training camp this week.