Savard Gives His Status On Post Concussion Symptoms

Matt BernierContributor ISeptember 25, 2010

BOSTON - DECEMBER 02:  Marc Savard #91 of the Boston Bruins skates against the Tampa Bay Lightning at the TD Bank Garden on December 2, 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
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Bruins center Marc Savard talked to the press about his recovery from getting hit high on march 27th by Pittsburgh's Matt Cooke Saturday morning. Savard said that he might have came back to soon during the playoffs and explained that he is experiencing some dizzy spells and fatigue. Savard will continue to rest and said that he wants to make sure that he feels like he can handle playing a full game and that he can get through a practice with his team. There is no exact return date set for Savard and he told reporters he wants to take caution when it comes to exercise and pre season conditioning since he isn't sure of how much his body will let him do. He will continue to work with team doctors and wants to be fully recovered before he returns to the line up.