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07-24-2012, 12:08 PM
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Horton cleared for contact?....

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During the presser, PC said Horton has been cleared for contact, McQuaid completely cleared, Seguin & Khudobin on the road to recovery.^BB

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what is the difference between cleared for contract and completely cleared? The more I read into that the more nervous I'm getting about Horton, he can skate but can't play or something?

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Anybody heard anything on Savard i would think if he kept in shape the post concussion symptoms may be gone. and if they are i hope he comes back he could be a great edition since of course he signed a 7 year contract we still have to pay him so....

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nobody is saying anything optomistic about savard ever coming back... my own worries is he manages to pass a physical at some point at which time his insurance will probably refuse to pay out and at which time he will become ineligible for the ltir too.

but last i heard there was no risk of him passing the physicial anytime soon.

sadly even if his concusion issues do clear up {and of course we all hope they do for his quality of life} he has still been away from the game for a long time now. He is also north of 30. Guys that are away from the game for too long at this age rarely make successful comebacks unless they are super super motivated

savard never had a reputation even at the best of times to be a super super motivated guy. I would be incredibly shocked at this point if he ever plays another game in the NHL even if he did get healthy enough to do it. So for his sake I hope he doesnt pass his physical until he gets his money... and after that I hope he gets his perfect health back. Thats about the best end to this story that I think we have a realistic chance of hoping for.

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Anybody heard anything on Savard i would think if he kept in shape the post concussion symptoms may be gone. and if they are i hope he comes back he could be a great edition since of course he signed a 7 year contract we still have to pay him so....
welcome back. Were you on the Fiji islands? a Turkish prison or sauna? coma? part of the men in that Bud Light commercial taken away by aliens to their planet.

Last i heard he kept in great shape and because of that the PCS went away and he was going to come back and solve the power play problems and lead us to a Cup

btw as a former mod I noticed you post every couple of years- 14 months between posts seems to be standard

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welcome back. Were you on the Fiji islands? a Turkish prison or sauna? coma? part of the men in that Bud Light commercial taken away by aliens to their planet.

Last i heard he kept in great shape and because of that the PCS went away and he was going to come back and solve the power play problems and lead us to a Cup

btw as a former mod I noticed you post every couple of years- 14 months between posts seems to be standard
yeah i keep forgeting about this forum for some odd reason because i acctually like which is weird i couldn't sleep tonight so i was like ill try and post something

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no the pcs is still there. It is unlikely he will ever play again. He is going to attempt a career in pro golf though.

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Anybody heard anything on Savard i would think if he kept in shape the post concussion symptoms may be gone. and if they are i hope he comes back he could be a great edition since of course he signed a 7 year contract we still have to pay him so....
Who cares about his damn contract. Insurance is taking care of it. To answer your question, nothing's changed and he's not coming back.

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He`s going to make a great PP coach for this team when he`s ready

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He`s going to make a great PP coach for this team when he`s ready
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A question: Will Quaider be playing when this all starts or does he still have to wait awhile to be cleared for contact after his surgery in October?

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A question: Will Quaider be playing when this all starts or does he still have to wait awhile to be cleared for contact after his surgery in October?
I don't know about being technically cleared for contact, but he's not capable at this time. He's skating and playing a little shinny but that's about all, according to Haggerty.

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Ugh, they are so thin at defense and forward. I wonder if they bring Mottau back. I know he had signed with San Antonio of the AHL, I think Chia's one weakness has been over paying for bottom pair defensemen and bottom six forwards.

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Thanks for the article, Artemis. That answered my question.

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McQuaid to play Saturday?!?!

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It was originally thought that Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid wouldn’t be ready to play until February after undergoing surgery in early October for a blood clot. But on the opening day of training camp Sunday, both Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli and head coach Claude Julien said that the rugged 6-foot-4 defenseman will be ready to go for the season opener on Saturday against the New York Rangers.

“I would assume so, yes, unless he stinks out there,” Chiarelli told the media with a smile. “He’s been cleared to play now. I don’t what level of contact he can take, but I think he’s been cleared to play.”
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Ugh, they are so thin at defense and forward. I wonder if they bring Mottau back. I know he had signed with San Antonio of the AHL, I think Chia's one weakness has been over paying for bottom pair defensemen and bottom six forwards.
Don't have to worry about this happening, just saw he signed a 2 way deal with the Leafs.

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Is there any word on Seidenberg? Anything on a timeframe for a return?

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anyone got a update on jared knight's groin?

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Is there anything new on Savvy? I only know he is still out and coaching his kids but thats about it.. Will he return in September?

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[QUOTE=Marc Savard;58957561]Is there anything new on Savvy? I only know he is still out and coaching his kids but thats about it.. Will he return in September?[/QUOTE

No official word, or announcement, but he is done.
His career is over.
He still had days with dizziness, and memory issues.
He is focusing on his family and golf.

Best of luck to him, and hope he can lead a normal life.

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Is there anything new on Savvy? I only know he is still out and coaching his kids but thats about it.. Will he return in September?
Sad to say, but Savard's career is over as a player. If he was making attempts to return it would be all over the media. I believe the only reason he is not retiring is so he can continue to collect his pay checks.

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Any confirmation on the magnitude of Marchands injury would be appreciated.

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Marchand went down to injury at 6:30 of the second after he collided with Leafs defenseman Mike Komisarek and then the goal post as he swooped in on Reimer. The puck ended up bouncing off a Bruin and into the net, but after review it was deemed that the referee was in the process of whistling the play dead following the incidental contact between Marchand and Reimer. Marchand seemed to be favoring his shoulder on the Bruins' bench, he managed to take a couple of more shifts but did not return to the game.

"It was a cautionary move on our part, instead of making the situation worse," Julien said. "We don't want to lose players for long term injuries by pushing through a minor one."

Julien explained that it was his decision to pull Marchand from the game despite the forward's desire to keep playing.

"It wasn't to the point where he couldn't play in a pinch ... we don't want to lose players long term so sometimes we are over-cautious," the coach said.
Marchand looked pretty uncomfortable, but he still did the between-period interview with CBC after the 2nd. Tough as nails, I'm sure he'll be back out there next game, which is good news.

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Marchand looked pretty uncomfortable, but he still did the between-period interview with CBC after the 2nd. Tough as nails, I'm sure he'll be back out there next game, which is good news.
“I fell on the boards weird,’’ Marchand said during a between-periods interview with Hockey Night in Canada. “It gave me a bit of a sting there. I’m all right.’’

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