Daniel Paille LW BOS 8 Days

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 9 Days

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 10 Days

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 2 Months

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 3 Months

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.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 3 Months

Paille (illness) missed practice Tuesday.

Overall, Paille has just one goal and six points in 28 games to date, which keeps him off the fantasy radar in most cases, but he has picked up the pace a bit of late, with three helpers over his last four outings.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 3 Months

Paille notched his first goal of the season in Friday's shootout win over the Blue Jackets.

As a fourth-line forward who isn't a prolific hitter or scorer, Paille's fantasy utility remains extremely limited. He'll probably need to climb to a top-six role before becoming an interesting commodity, something that doesn't seem on track to happen this season.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 5 Months

Heading into the coming season, Paille's role with the Bruins has yet to be defined, the Boston Globe reports.

While it's possible that Paille could remain on the Bruins' fourth line -- centered by Gregory Campbell -- the configuration of the team's third line hasn't been determined yet, with the speedy Paille a candidate to move up to that trio. In such a scenario, Paille -- who had 18 points in 72 games last season -- would be in a position to see increased production, and thus potentially merit attention in deeper formats.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 10 Months

Daniel Paille skated on the third line in Boston's Game 2 victory against Montreal.

He scored his first goal of the postseason to open the scoring in the Bruins' 5-3 win. Paille logged 11:51 of ice time in his second game back from a suspected concussion. Jordan Caron skated on the fourth line in his place.

Daniel Paille LW BOS 10 Months

Daniel Paille is officially listed as a game-time decision for Game 1 against Montreal on Thursday night.

"Yesterday, and going into this morning's skate, I feel like I'm back to where I need to be," Paille said. He's healthy enough to play and he'll probably draw into the lineup after missing the opening round with a suspected concussion.