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by Paul on 10/29/10 at 03:22 PM ET
from Kevin Paul Dupont of the Bruins Blog at the Boston Globe,
Marc Savard skated on his own this morning, prior to the Bruins’ late-morning workout, and Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli sounded encouraged about the No. 1 pivot’s progress.
‘‘Savvy had a real good skate—a lot harder than anything so far,’’ said an upbeat Chiarelli. ‘‘He was moving. He is starting to ramp it up.’‘...
Savard’s progress, in part, has Chiarelli looking to slim down his payroll, be it by trades or other means. Watching from the stands here at this morning’s workout, Chiarelli boldly stated that he would not shy away from placing a current roster player in the minor leagues—perhaps sooner that anyone might expect—in order to save or relax payroll dollars.
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