// Daniel Paille

Bruins Back on Track Against Champs

It’s about time the Bruins started to look like they did last year. On Tuesday, the Black and Gold tore through the defending champion Penguins 3-0. In the 1st period, the Penguins had an early chance to pull ahead when Vladamir Sobotka was called for tripping just 2:04 in. But, they couldn’t capitalize and not […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Flyers, Thursday 10-22

After surviving in Wednesday night’s 3-2 win over Nashville, the bruised Bruins take their show back on the road Thursday night for a match-up against the Philadelphia Flyers. Philadelphia, who started the season winning three straight, have now dropped three in a row heading into the game with Boston. While the B’s will be looking […]

Newbies Key 3-2 Bruins Win

Maybe the Bruins hit rock bottom, then bounced back up. Trailing 1-0 then 2-1 at home to Nashville (dead last in the Central Division), Boston came from behind to pull out an important 3-2 win on Wednesday. With All-Star (and last year’s leading scorer) Marc Savard joining Milan Lucic and Shawn Thornton on the injury […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Predators, Wednesday 10-21

The Bruins will showcase their new-look roster Wednesday night at the TD Garden, hosting the lowly Nashville Predators. Boston GM Peter Chiarelli, in an effort to shake up his under-performing squad, sent winger Chuck Kobasew to Minnesota over the weekend, in exchange for minor leaguer Craig Waller, unsigned draft choice Alexander Fallstrom, and a draft […]

Bruins Make History Dealing For Forward Paille

Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli made team history by sending a 2010 third-round draft pick and a conditional fourth-rounder in next year’s draft to the Buffalo Sabres for left wing Daniel Paille (pronounced: pie-YAY) in the first-ever trade between the Northeast Division opponents. Paille, a Welland, Ontario-native (and newlywed, Google has pointed out), comes […]