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Little change in Marc Savard's condition

Posted by Fluto Shinzawa, Globe Staff  July 28, 2011 03:03 PM

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Marc Savard is still complaining of headaches, according to GM Peter Chiarelli. Savard’s headaches stem from the season-ending concussion he suffered on Jan. 22 when he was checked by former teammate Matt Hunwick.

Savard’s condition will not prevent him from participating in the Kawartha Invitational this weekend in his hometown of Peterborough, Ontario. Savard’s day with the Stanley Cup will on Monday at Kawartha Golf & Country Club, where he is a member. This will be Savard's eighth time playing in the tournament.

There has yet to be a decision on whether Savard’s name will be on the Cup.

Savard, who turned 34 earlier this month, will not participate in training camp this fall barring an immediate turnaround in his condition.


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