He joined his teammates for the morning skate before the Bruins hosted the
"It felt unbelievable," Savard said. "You know it's been a long time. You know it's pretty special to be ... to make this step and, hopefully, gradually get better and go from there."
Savard, who sustained a concussion on March 7 when he was his from behind by Pittsburgh's
Savard, one of the Bruins' top playmakers, had 25 goals and 63 assists two seasons ago. He posted 10 goals and 23 assists last season when he was limited to 41 games.
Savard also commented Saturday about e-mails sent by
In one e-mail, Campbell referred to Savard - who played for him when he coached the
"I have nothing against Colie," Savard said. "I think that stuff was private stuff, and I think that stuff that he was saying got interpreted, I think, in a bad way."