A former Boston Bruins' leader has decided to jump ship to one of the team's most recent enemies.
2011 Stanley Cup Champ, Marc Savard, has decided to join the St. Louis Blues and become part of the coaching staff.
Savard will be an assistant to head coach Craig Berube for the 2019-20 season.
While it kind of sucks to see Savard run with the Blues, it's good to see Savard jump back in the NHL after such a rough ending to his playing career.
We wish Marc the best of luck with his new gig.
Marc Savard, who had a 13-year NHL career and posted 706 points in 807 regular-season games, has joined Craig Berube's staff as an assistant coach. https://t.co/29Mb1oisr5 #stlblues
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