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Marc Savard
Marc Savard
Center  - BOS
(sa-VAHRD)
Number: 91
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 191
Shoots: Left
Born: Jul 17, 1977  (Age 37)
Birthplace: Ottawa, ON, Canada
Hometown: Peterborough, Ontario
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Acquired: Signed as a free agent, July 1, 2006.
Drafted: NYR / 1995 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (91st overall)

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Has won one Stanley Cup championship (2011 with Boston, although he missed the post-season with a concussion suffered during the regular season) ... Has a 5/19 record in NHL shootouts (one deciding goal) ... Has taken two career penalty shots (one goal) ... Has played in two NHL All-Star Games (2005-06, 2006-07).

2013-14: Missed the season with post-concussion symptoms.

2012-13: Missed the season with post-concussion symptoms.

2011-12: Missed the season with post-concussion symptoms.

2010-11: Played his first game of the season on Dec. 2 vs. Tampa Bay after missing the first 23 games as a non-roster player while suffering from post-concussion symptoms ... Had 2-8=10 totals in 25 games before suffering another concussion on Jan. 22 in Colorado ... The team announced on Feb. 7 that he would not play for the remainder of the season and playoffs and he was placed on Long-Term Injured Reserve ... Had one multiple-point game, a 1-1=2 effort Dec. 16 at Montreal ... Had points in consecutive games on three occasions - Jan. 1-3 (1-1=2 totals); Jan. 13-15 (0-2=2 totals); and Jan. 18-20 (1-1=2 totals) ... Played his 800th NHL game Jan. 10 at Pittsburgh and recorded his 700th NHL point with an assist Dec. 28 in Tampa Bay.

2009-10: Injuries limited him to just 41 games, the lowest total of any of his full NHL seasons ... Had seven multiple-point games, including his third career hat trick scored Dec. 5 vs. Toronto ... Had a five-game assist and point streak from Dec. 21-30 (1-7=8 totals) and had two four-game point streaks as well ... Took six shootout shots, scoring on three including the deciding score Oct. 10 vs. NY Islanders ... Scored his 200th NHL goal on Dec. 2 vs. Tampa Bay ... Missed 41 regular season games to injury in addition to the CQF series vs. Buffalo ... Had 1-2=3 totals in 7 playoff games and scored his second career playoff overtime goal on May 1 vs. Philadelphia.

2008-09: Hit the 20+ goal mark for the fifth time in his career ... Played in every game for the third time in his career and was one of three Bruins to do so (Krejci, Stuart) ... Led the team in scoring for the third straight season ... Had 26 multiple-point games, including season-highs 1-3=4 efforts each Nov. 19 vs. Buffalo and Dec. 18 vs. Toronto and five three-point nights ... Had an eight-game point streak from Jan. 15-Feb. 1 (6-3=9 totals), which included a four-game goal streak from Jan. 27-Feb. 1 (four goals) ... Had three five-game assist & point streaks as well - from Oct. 25-Nov. 1 (0-6=6 totals); Nov. 13-21 (2-9=11 totals); and Dec. 27-Jan. 3 (2-7=9 totals) ... Went 0 for 3 in shootouts ... Recorded his 600th NHL point with an assist in a 1-3=4 effort Nov. 19 vs. Buffalo and played his 700th NHL game Jan. 8 vs. Ottawa ... Was named the NHL's "First Star" for the week of Nov. 18-23 (2-6=8 totals in four games) ... Played in his second straight NHL All-Star Game and had three assists in that game ... Also finished second in the shootout competition during the SuperSkills events during All-Star weekend ... Led the team in playoff scoring as well with 6-7=13 totals in 11 post-season games ... Had three multiple-point playoff games, including a 2-2=4 night Apr. 18 in game two vs. Montreal ... Had a five-game playoff point streak from May 6-14 (2-4=6 totals).

2007-08: Had 19 multiple-point games, including a 1-4=5 effort Oct. 12 in Los Angeles which matched his previous career-highs for assists and points in a game ... Had a career-best 12-game assist/point streak from Nov. 10-Dec. 6 (2-17=19 totals) which was the longest assist streak in the NHL this season ... Had a nine-game assist/point streak from Jan. 10-31 (3-12=15 totals) and an eight-game assist/point streak from Feb. 16-Mar. 3 (1-10=11 totals) ... Recorded his 500th NHL point in a 1-4=5 effort Oct. 12 in Los Angeles and played his 600th NHL game Nov. 10 vs. Buffalo ... Missed eight games with groin and back injuries and snapped his consecutive games played streak at 166 games when he missed the Oct. 10 game at Anaheim ... Played in his first All-Star Game and scored the game-winning goal at 19:39 of the third period ... Played in the NHL playoffs for the first time in his career and led the team in post-season scoring with 1-5=6 totals, including two two-point games ... Played his first playoff game Apr. 10 in Montreal, recorded his first playoff point with an assist Apr. 12 in Montreal and scored his first playoff goal in a 1-1=2 effort Apr. 13 vs. the Canadiens with the goal coming in overtime.

2006-07: Led the team in scoring and established a career season-high in assists ... His 74 assists on the season were the most by a Bruin since 1993-94 (Adam Oates, 80) and his 96 points were the highest total by a Bruin since 2002-03 (Joe Thornton, 101) ... Finished third in the NHL in assists and ninth overall in the Art Ross scoring race ... Hit the 20+ goal mark for the fourth time in his career ... Had 25 multiple-point games with his season-high a 2-3=5 effort Nov. 4 vs. Tampa Bay which matched his career-high for points in a game ... Had an eight-game point streak from Feb. 10-24 (3- 11=14 totals) ... Had two seven-game point streaks, from Oct. 28-Nov. 15 (4-10=14 totals) and Dec. 9-23 (5-9=14 totals) ... Recorded his 300th NHL assist in a two-assist effort Dec. 1 vs. Vancouver ... Played his first game as a Bruin Oct. 6 in Florida, recording his first point as a Bruin with an assist in that game ... Scored his first goal as a Bruin Oct. 12 in St. Louis ... Was the only Bruin to play in all 82 games ... Switched his number from 71 to 91 on Nov. 2.

2005-06: Finished ninth overall in the league's scoring race and ranked third in the NHL in assists with 28-69=97 totals, career season-highs in goals and points ... His 69 assists were a Thrashers club record ... Had 26 multiple-point games, including 20 multiple-assist contests ... Set a club record for assists and points in a game with a 1-4=5 effort Oct. 8 vs. Washington and tied the assist mark with four at Carolina on Nov. 12 ... Had a nine-game point streak from Dec. 26-Jan. 11 (4-9=13 totals) ... Had an eight-game point streak from Mar. 30-Apr. 13 (2-9=11 totals) ... Had a seven-game point streak from Dec. 6-22 (4-7=11 totals) ... Had a six-game assist/point streak from Nov. 9-19 (1-14=15 totals) ... Took his first two career penalty shots, scoring vs. Carolina's Cam Ward on Apr. 1 and unsuccessful vs. Boston's Tim Thomas on Apr. 15 ... Recorded his 400th NHL point in a two-assist effort in his 500th NHL game, Apr. 13 vs. Washington.

2004-05: Played the lockout season in Switzerland with 1-2=3 totals in Bern and 9-19=28 totals with Thurgau.

2003-04: Had 19-33=52 totals in just 45 games ... Had 13 multiple-point games, including a career-high 1-4=5 effort Dec. 20 at Pittsburgh ... Had a seven-game point streak from Oct. 18-31 (4-8=12 totals) ... Had a six-game assist/point streak from Dec. 1-12 (7-7=14 totals) ... Scored his 100th NHL goal Dec. 12 vs. Pittsburgh, played his 400th NHL game Dec. 18 vs. New Jersey and recorded his 300th NHL point in a two-assist effort Feb. 19 at Ottawa ... Missed 36 games with injuries (knee, concussion & ankle) and one to a league-imposed suspension.

2002-03: Had three three-point games ... Set a Thrashers club record (since broken) with an eight-game point streak from Mar. 22-Apr. 5 (5-9=14 totals) ... Missed seven games to injuries (flu, hamstring & groin).

2001-02: Had eight multiple-point games, including his second career hat trick in a 3-1=4 night Jan. 30 vs. Detroit ... Played his 300th NHL game Mar. 6 at Washington ... Recorded his 200th NHL point in a two-assist effort Mar. 7 at Philadelphia ... Missed 25 games to injuries.

2000-01: Finished second in the Flames' scoring race ... Had 15 multiple-point games, including four two-goal efforts ... Had a six-game point streak from Dec. 7-19 (2-6=8 totals) and had two five-game point streaks as well ... Played his 200th NHL game Nov. 29 at Dallas and recorded his 100th NHL assist in a 2-1=3 effort Jan. 21 vs. Detroit.

1999-2000: Had 15 multiple-point games, including his first career hat trick in a career-high 4-goal game Apr. 5 at St. Louis, with the second goal his 100th NHL point ... Had a ten-game point streak from Feb. 14-Mar. 5 (6-8=14 totals) ... Missed two games to injury and did not dress for two games.

1998-99: Had eight multiple-point games, including a career-high four assists Nov. 7 at Toronto ... Had a four-game assist/point streak from Dec. 31-Jan. 6 (1-4=5 totals) ... Began the season with a nine-game stint in Hartford/AHL with 3-10=13 totals in that span ... Returned to Hartford at the end of the NHL season, leading the Wolfpack in playoff scoring with 1-12=13 totals in seven post-season games.

1997-98: Split his first professional season between NY Rangers and Hartford/AHL ... Led the Wolfpack in scoring with 21-53=74 totals in 58 AHL games and led the team in playoff scoring as well with 8-19=27 totals in 15 post-season games ... Had a 2-3=5 playoff game Apr. 17 vs. New Haven and had an 11-game playoff point streak (2- 9=11 totals) ... Named to the AHL's All-Rookie Team and played in the AHL All-Star Game ... Played his first NHL game Oct. 3 vs. NY Islanders, recorded his first NHL point with an assist Oct. 8 at Edmonton and scored his first NHL goal Mar. 22 at Philadelphia.

JUNIORS: Played four seasons of junior hockey in Oshawa/OHL, finishing his junior career as the Generals' all-time leading scorer with 132-281=413 totals in 239 games ... Was only the third player in OHL history to win two league scoring titles, in 1994-95 and 1996-97 ... Named an OHL Second-Team All-Star in 1994-95 when he ranked second in the league with 96 assists.

TRANSACTIONS: NY Rangers' third pick (fourth round), 91st overall, in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft ... Traded to Calgary by NY Rangers with 1999 first round draft pick (Oleg Saprykin) for Jan Hlavac and 1999 first (Jamie Lundmark) and third (Craig Andersson) round draft picks, June 26, 1999 ... Traded to Atlanta by Calgary for Ruslan Zainullin, Nov. 15, 2002 ... Signed by Boston as a free agent, July 1, 2006.

ETC: Full name, Marc Savard ... Nickname, Savvy ... Wife, Valerie; sons, Zachary and Tyler; daughters, Isabella and Elle.

CONTRACT STATUS: Is in year five of a seven-year contract with an NHL cap figure of $4,027,143.

NHL FIRSTS:
Game - Oct. 3, 1997 vs. NY Islanders
Goal - Mar. 22, 1998 at Philadelphia
Assist/Point - Oct. 8, 1997 at Edmonton

SCHEDULE

HOME
AWAY
PROMOTIONAL

STANDINGS

ATLANTIC DIVISION
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 MTL 23 16 6 1 61 57 33
2 TBL 22 14 6 2 77 60 30
3 BOS 22 13 9 0 57 54 26
4 DET 20 10 5 5 55 49 25
5 TOR 21 11 8 2 67 63 24
6 OTT 19 9 6 4 52 50 22
7 FLA 18 7 5 6 40 47 20
8 BUF 21 6 13 2 36 70 14

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
P. Bergeron 22 5 11 -1 16
C. Soderberg 22 5 9 1 14
B. Marchand 19 5 6 5 11
D. Hamilton 22 4 7 0 11
L. Eriksson 22 3 8 4 11
R. Smith 22 4 6 1 10
M. Lucic 22 3 7 2 10
D. Krejci 11 3 7 4 10
C. Kelly 21 2 6 4 8
S. Griffith 18 5 2 -1 7
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
T. Rask 10 6 0 .915 2.36
N. Svedberg 3 3 0 .913 2.46
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