Marc Savard, who had a 13-year NHL career and posted 706 points in 807 regular-season games, has joined Craig Berube’s staff as an assistant coach. https://t.co/29Mb1oisr5 #stlblues
— St. Louis Blues 🏆 (@StLouisBlues) July 24, 2019
Really, Savvy? Really. One of the more underrated members of Bruins Twitter has now jumped ship and is a member of the Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues. Savard would openly root for the Bruins during playoff games, and seemed to be invested in how the team did despite the ugly ending to his career.
Well just wanted to let everyone know…I’ve got a really really good feeling about the @NHLBruins tonight and in this series!! Because Tuukka is playing like this guy did when we won the #StanleyCup #TimTheTankThomas pic.twitter.com/sh2KWboEwY
— Marc Savard (@MSavvy91) May 9, 2019
Well well well…Tomorrow night she all starts!! It’s going to be a battle!! The @StLouisBlues versus The @NHLBruins who will hoist @StanleyCup!! Boston Bruins will win in a hard fought 7 game series!! Let’s Goooooo!! pic.twitter.com/tw4s85GB0w
— Marc Savard (@MSavvy91) May 27, 2019
Seriously, though good for him. It was a long, dark road to recovery for Marc Savard and I’m happy to see him back in the NHL.
Would love to be a fly on the wall though when he speaks to fellow Blues assistant coach “Brave” Steve Ott for the first time though.
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