A few days old, but I just saw it now. He gave an interview to TSN radio station in Toronto. He talks about Matt Cooke, the Bruins, and some other stuff.
As for how he's feeling:
More on the story here: http://www.csnne.com/boston-bruins/s...life-right-nowďIt was a tough time all in all. Iím just happy with my life right now.Ē
Savard said he still sees ďdotsĒ in hot weather and when kneeling down, and still has issues with migraines associated with the multiple concussions he suffered during his NHL career. Those are the sad realities for NHL players once the crowds and media attention die down.
But the Bís big-ticket free agent, who jumped to Boston in the same summer as Zdeno Chara back in 2006, is feeling good enough these days to get on the golf course and help coach his childrenís hockey teams. Those are excellent quality of life steps for a player that wasnít pushed in that direction.
ďIím doing good. Things are getting better for me,Ē said Savard. ďI still have some issues, but I canít complain; lifeís pretty good. Iíve got a newborn, a son thatís playing hockey and a daughter thatís dancing, so things are pretty busy for me.