Found July 28, 2013 on
The Bruins offseason may be condensed this summer, but Daniel Paille found some time between relaxing at home in Canada and training for the upcoming season to stop by a Nashua Silver Knights baseball game and sign some autographs.
The left winger was in New Hampshire Sunday afternoon, and NESN’s Jamie Erdahl was there to talk about avoiding a slow start this season and how the new additions – Loui Eriksson and Jarome Iginla – will fit in with the B’s.
Check out the above video to hear what else the member of the Merlot Line had to say about the fast-approaching season.
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I wonder if this is the guy in Waltham who put up the (Jeses Saves) And Lucic Scores On The Rebound sign?
Looks like I need to update my 25 Best & Worst Boston Sports Tattoos post…
Sidenote – The supposed son of God only gets the assistant captain patch? This dude must be a HUGE Chara fan.
H/T Barstool via PabloFestabar
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Bruins fans are some of the most dedicated in sports and the individual who got this Jesus Saves tattoo is a prime example.
Good choice on the Patrice Bergeron jersey.
St. Patrice is the holiest player on the Bruins. All he did was perform the “Miracle On Causeway“ against the Leafs.