An emotional Marc Savard took the podium at TD Garden for the second time in as many seasons on Monday as he discussed his 2010-11 season ending after just 25 games. Savard has suffered two concussions in just over 10 months, with the most recent coming on Jan. 22. 


Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli announced Monday that center Marc Savard will not play again this season, thus ending Savard's 2010-11 campaign after 25 games. Savard, 33, suffered his most recent concussion on Jan. 22 against the Avalanche and left the game after taking a hit in the corner from former teammate Matt Hunwick.


"We've decided that Marc won't be playing for the rest of the regular season or the playoffs," Chiarelli said Monday at a press conference at TD Garden.


Following reports that Marc Savard will be shut down for the rest of the season while he continues to deal with post-concussion syndrome, the Bruins announced that they will have a press conference Monday at 2 p.m. at TD Garden.


Check back for more details as they become available.

According to multiple reports, Bruins center Marc Savard will be shut down for the remainder of the season due to multiple concussions. The team is expected to make a formal announcement Monday. Savard returned from his home in Peterborough, Ontario, to undergo further tests over the weekend. It is expected that the Bruins will place Savard on long-term injured reserve. 


The Bruins know that they aren’t going to get a Dec. 23 kind of game every night. These days, that line of thinking can also be revised to include Feb. 3.

A manufacturing issue has left David Krejci without his usual stick the "last couple of games," according to the the center, and he's not happy with the one he's had to use. Krejci has a contract with Bauer has to wait until Feb. 11 before they can start making his model of choice again, but for now he's using the stick he used earlier in his career but fell out of love with.


Despite allowing just 18 shots, the Bruins were blanked by Antti Niemi and the Sharks, 2-0, Saturday afternoon at TD Garden. Niemi stopped all 26 shots in recording his third shutout this season, 10th career. The Sharks added an empty net goal with 2.1 seconds remaining to seal the win. 


Bruins coach Claude Julien told the media Saturday that Tim Thomas will be between the pipes when the B's take on the Sharks in a 1 p.m. matinee. San Jose will counter with Antti Niemi. 


Thomas, in the midst of a career year, leads the league in both goals against average (1.82) and save percentage (.945) and is tied for the NHL lead in shutouts (7) and wins (25). In his last start, he made 24 saves in a 3-2 victory over the Hurricanes Monday in Carolina. Niemi is 14-3-3 this season with a 2.75 GAA and .911 save percentage. 


WILMINGTON -- After learning Friday morning that he had been suspended for four games following his blindside hit on Stars forward Raymond Sawada, Bruins forward Daniel Paille expressed hope that the player is alright but defended the hit. 


WILMINGTON — Bruins forward Daniel Paille was suspended for four games Friday following his blindside hit on Stars forward Raymond Sawada in Thursday's 6-3 victory over the Stars. Paille was given a game misconduct after the play, with Sawada not returning to the game.