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Daniel Paille Out with Concussion-Like Symptoms; Loui Eriksson Update

WILMINGTON, MA - Bruins forward Daniel Paille flew back to Boston with an undisclosed upper-body injury last week, leaving the team in Calgary amidst their road trip through Canada.

Following the Bruins’ skate at their practice rink, Ristuccia Arena, on Monday, Head Coach Claude Julien gave an update on the forward, who was again missing from the ice.

"Dan came to us the first time in Calgary and started talking about not feeling well and once he got evaluated by our trainers, it looked like concussion symptoms so we sent him back home to get evaluated by our doctors."

- Claude Julien

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Repost from @tdgarden - Dan Paille & wife Dana got to meet the legendary #EltonJohn before his show tonight at #TDGarden. #nhlbruins

Repost from @tdgarden - Dan Paille & wife Dana got to meet the legendary #EltonJohn before his show tonight at #TDGarden. #nhlbruins

Daniel Paille shares a smile with Coach Julien in the locker room following the Bruins’ Game 3 shutout win Monday night, in which he netted his second straight game-winner.View the rest of the “Black and White in Black and Gold” photo galleries here: http://bbru.in/12IlncJ

Daniel Paille shares a smile with Coach Julien in the locker room following the Bruins’ Game 3 shutout win Monday night, in which he netted his second straight game-winner.

View the rest of the “Black and White in Black and Gold” photo galleries here: http://bbru.in/12IlncJ

You can see I came really close, but didn’t want to give up. Just tried to go to the point, Soupy ended up being there. And it was funny how this worked out - I saw it in the air, thinking it was going to go in but I was just still trying to go to the net as quick as I could.
Daniel Paille, when breaking down his Game 3 winner, on sticking with the play, keeping his eyes on the puck and not giving up.

That’s how to earn the “lucky” bounces…

Watch Daniel Paille break down his game-winning goal from the third period of Game 3 against the Rangers at MSG, that gave the Bruins the 3-0 series lead.

Grinders Getting into the Grind

BostonBruins.com - With an optional skate at Ristuccia Arena Friday, as the Bruins prepare for a grind of three games in four days, and five in seven, it was fitting that the team’s “grinders” spoke about the upcoming stretch.

"With games that come around and games that we play well, we’ll have plenty of rest. And we had rest today with certain guys not going on," said Merlot liner Daniel Paille, one of the nine B’s opting to skate following their 2-1 overtime win Thursday night over Ottawa.

"Even today, we went out for a short skate, so I think it’s definitely going to be a big test this month."

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Danny Paille heads to the net and deflects a shot past Henrik Lundqvist to give the B’s a 2-0 lead.