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Bruins center Marc Savard addresses the media yesterday in his first public appearance since suffering a concussion. Bruins center Marc Savard addresses the media yesterday in his first public appearance since suffering a concussion. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
By Brendan Hall
Globe Correspondent / March 28, 2010

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There was no hesitation, nor was there expedition, in Marc Savard’s stride as he walked up three short steps and sat at a podium at TD Garden yesterday, his first appearance with the media since an elbow to the head March 7 left him unconscious for nearly 15 minutes and concussed. (Full article: 590 words)

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