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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Bruins' Daniel Paille to miss Wednesday's game

By on 3/11/2014 06:00:00 PM

Boston Bruins forward Daniel Paille is expected to miss Wednesday night's game against the Montreal Canadiens with an undisclosed injury.

Paille left the game early Sunday afternoon, after only one shift when he got checked into the boards. It was thought he had an injured leg (as he was seen to have trouble getting off) but later on the announcers said it looked like he got 'his bell rung.'
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If it is a concussion, this will be the second time this season Paille suffers from one. So the team will have to be more cautious before letting him play as the symptoms can occur at any time.

Post game, Coach Claude Julien said that Paille was feeling good and the injury was 'not very serious.' Paille could have probably returned to the game but it was the doctors who did not allow him to return.

Coach Julien also said, "He feels pretty good-after the game, I saw him. So hopefully its just a minor bump."

On Tuesday afternoon, the Bruins headed to practice at the Bell Centre in Montreal and all the players were on the ice except for Daniel Paille. He is expected to miss the game against the Canadiens and further information will be available when the team announces more.

**Further update, Paille will miss a minimum of two games with a concussion that has minor symptoms**


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