Savard visits concussion specialist

Updated: March 9, 2010, 7:52 AM ET
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BOSTON -- Boston Bruins center Marc Savard was diagnosed with a grade two concussion Monday and is out indefinitely after being leveled by a blindside hit by Pittsburgh's Matt Cooke in Sunday's game.

A team spokesman said Savard returned on Monday to Boston, where he met with team doctor Peter Asnis and the specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital. The team said they will continue to evaluate Savard over the next four to five days, at which time they are expected to have a better idea ...

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