Boston Bruins defeat St. Louis Blues, 4-2
ST. LOUIS - Last night, after missing more than a month because of a broken left foot, Marc Savard made his return to the Bruins lineup against the Blues at the Scottrade Center and contributed the following: zero goals, zero assists, zero points, 16:30 of ice time, and one third-period wipeout.
“Tripped up there and did a double salchow coming in. Got excited,’’ said Savard, who stumbled over his skates after taking an offensive-zone pass from Marco Sturm.
For the first time this season, the Bruins won their third straight game. Patrice Bergeron triggered the offense with assists on all four goals.
"Road trip's not over," Bergeron said. "We can't be satisfied with three wins."
* Marc Savard didn't score a point in his return, but said he felt fine after the game. Savard snapped the puck around on the first power-play unit, and Bergeron, dropped to the second unit, assisted on two PP goals.
* Milan Lucic, who scored ...