Daniel Paille LW BOS 1 month ago

The Bruins don't plan to re-sign Paille, csnne.com reports.

Paille, who finished the 2014-15 season with six goals and seven assists to go along with a minus-9 rating in 71 games for the Bruins, is thus on the way out, as well as frequent linemate Gregory Campbell, which ensures that the Bruins will have a new-look fourth line next season.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 1 month ago

Paille was a healthy scratch for the Bruins' final nine games of the 2014-15 season, the Boston Herald reports.

Paille, who finished the season with six goals and seven assists in 71 games, is slated to hit free agency this offseason, and while his wheels and penalty-killing ability have helped the B's in the past, there's a solid chance he'll be playing elsewhere next season.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 2 months ago

Paille was a healthy scratch Sunday against the Hurricanes.

With David Krejci back in the B's lineup, Paille has been the odd man out up front of late, and it might take another injury to a forward to get Paille back into the mix.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 2 months ago

Paille notched his sixth goal of the season in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Lightning.

Paille was on a solid stretch with four goals in six games at the beginning of the month, but went dry after that as Sunday's goal ended a seven game stretch without a point. The 30-year-old's recent level of play is more indicative of what to expect out of the winger, as he's tallied just 13 points in 71 games, restricting his fantasy value in nearly all formats.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 3 months ago

Paille potted two goals -- one shorthanded -- in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Red Wings.

The multi-goal effort was Paille's best performance of the season, as he also finished with a plus-2 rating and was credited with the game-winning goal. The 30-year-old is on a solid scoring stretch, notching four goals on just 11 shots in his last six contests. Despite the hot streak, Paille has just 12 points (five goals) all season, so his fantasy value lies in the deepest formats.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 3 months ago

Paille scored the Bruins' only goal in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Canucks.

Paille rejoined the B's lineup Tuesday after being a healthy scratch for the team's previous two games. With injuries to the likes of fellow forwards David Krejci and Gregory Campbell, look for Paille's lineup spot to be solidified moving forward. That said, with just two goals and nine points in 58 contests overall, he's off the fantasy radar in most formats.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 3 months ago

Paille skated with Carl Soderberg and Loui Eriksson during Tuesday's morning skate.

With Gregory Campbell out for at least a week, the Bruins have shuffled their lines again, so it looks like Paille (a healthy scratch the last two games) will draw into Tuesday's lineup against the Canucks.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 3 months ago

Paille was a healthy scratch for Sunday's game against Chicago, the Boston Globe reports.

Though Paille's wheels and penalty killing have been assets to the Bruins in the past, he's recorded just one goal and eight points in 57 games this season, while recording a minus-10 mark in the process. The winger should find his way back into the B's lineup in time, but he's off the fantasy radar for now.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 4 months ago

Paille skated on the Bruins' second line with Patrice Bergeron and Reilly Smith during Friday's practice, the Boston Herald reports.

It's an assignment Paille figures to hold on to for the Bruins' next two games, with fellow left winger Brad Marchand set to serve a suspension during that span. Paille has just one goal and eight points in 45 games to date, but a move up to Bergeron's line could provide him with a bit of a bump in his short-term fantasy prospects.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 5 months ago

Paille (illness) returned to practice on Wednesday.

Paille -- who has notched assists in three of his last four games -- is thus on track to man left wing on the Bruins' fourth line Thursday against Chicago.