what's the upside?

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    Re: what's the upside?

    So if he's 100% healthy you don't want him in the lineup at any point?  Really?
     
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    Re: what's the upside?

    Not that simple, if he is cleared to play, he will play, regardless if he can score 2 or 10.

    He can't be made stay home if the Dr's clear him, this is totally out of PC's hands until he has been evaluated.
     
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    Re: what's the upside?

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    [QUOTE]to bringing savard back at any point this season?  i don't think there is, for him personally or the team. sideline him for the year...and start to work someone into the lineup that will be hitting the groove come march or april.
    Posted by adkbeesfan[/QUOTE]

    It's really pretty simple.  If the doctors say he can play....he will.  He has to.
    If they don't, he doesn't.  The upside, or the downside, really isn't in play here.
     
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    Re: what's the upside?

    The team absolutely has the option to keep him at home if they think it's best - but they have to pay him his full salary and it counts against the cap.
     
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    Re: what's the upside?

    There is none Matt Cooke still gets too play and help the Penguins.

    Edit:  http://sports.espn.go.com/boston/nhl/news/story?id=6077614

    "There is a strong possibility [of shutting him down], but you have to take it step by step," Chiarelli said in a phone conversation with ESPNBoston.com

    Well there you have it Wednesday is the day...
     
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    Re: what's the upside?

    he was "cleared to play" last year, that did him a lot of good. he wasn't ready to play until january this year,  then 2 not that rough hits put him back to square one. this guy needs long term rest, then reevaluate. i'm no doctor(but i did stay at a holiday inn express last nite)but there has to be common sense, he's home and not in good shape. what would he or the bruins gain in his return....nothing  
     
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