Bruins need a healthy Savard
A puck-moving defenseman should be at the top of Boston's wish list
Even when things were at their worst a couple weeks ago, the Boston Bruins as a team always maintained their "glass-half-full" outlook.
So it should be no surprise that, for the most part, Boston's coaches and players weren't disturbed by the fact that, just as they've begun to turn things around with four straight wins, the Olympic break arrived. The Bruins won't convene as a team again until Feb. 24 and won't compete in a game until March 2.