Found November 09, 2011 on
Days of Y'Orr:
It's surgery for Daniel Paille after taking a wicked slapshot to the face on Monday. Picture above makes it look like Paille took a headshot in Halo.Per BostonBruins.com:Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli"Daniel Paille has been diagnosed with a broken nose and facial lacerations after the injury he sustained in our game Monday night. He will undergo surgery on Wednesday, November 9 at Mass General Hospital in Boston to repair the injury. Dr. Thomas Dodson will conduct the procedure. Following the surgery, he is expected to be listed as day-to-day."So much for visors protecting the face. Here's video of what happened.
Brutal. You could hear that crack from our seats in 306. Oof.Good news is that's only a busted nose and some scratches. Bad news is that we might not recognize Pie after he gets out of surgery.Go Bruins!
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Bruins forward Daniel Paille will have surgery to repair his broken nose. He took a puck to the face and will be day-to-day after surgery.
Daniel Paille will undergo surgery tomorrow at Massachusetts General Hospital to repair a broken nose. Paille suffered the injury in the third period of last nights 6-2 win over the Islanders. Paille was hit in the nose by a Steve...
The Bruins’ Daniel Paille takes a hard shot right on his visor from the Islanders’ Steve Staios which was a very scary moment in the game. Paille was bleeding heavily and had to leave the game with just over three minutes into the third period. The Bruins defeated the New York Islanders 6-2 on the shoulders of a pair of goals and three points from Nathan Horton.
BOSTON -- The Bruins have had plenty to celebrate in the past week, as they've finally put together their first winning streak of the season and outscored opponents 18-5 in the last three games. But Monday night's 6-2 triumph over the New York Islanders at the Garden also had a somber moment early in the third when Bruins forward Daniel Paille was struck in the face by a...
For those of you who are squeamish, you probably should stop right here at this point of the post since it all goes down hill from here.
During last night's Boston Bruins/New York Islanders affair, Boston's Daniel Paille was hit in the face by a puck shot by Steve Staios:
(Courtesy of Puck Daddy)
Daniel Paille had surgery on his injured nose, and Rich Peverley returned to Bruins practice today.
Reports are he suffered a broken nose but just imagine the damage if he wasn’t wearing a shield.
After being hit in the face by a slap shot during Monday night's 6-2 win over the New York Islanders at TD Garden, Boston Bruins forward Daniel Paille was sent to be examined by a specialist.
The Bruins announced that Daniel Paille suffered a broken nose and facial lacerations when he was struck in the face by an Islander defenseman Steve Staios slapshot at 3:09 of the third period in the Bruins 6-2 win last night at the Garden.
NHL players are grown men, which means they get to make their own decisions. While more and more players are opting to wear a shield each year, there are still plenty who refuse. I’m not here to advocate that the NHL start forcing players to wear shields or a full cage since injuries are not [...]
BOSTON -- The Bruins got one player back for practice Wednesday at the Garden, but were still a man short. Rich Peverley returned after missing his first game of the season on Monday with an undisclosed injury. He also missed two practices last week, but did play Saturday in Toronto before sitting out Monday's win over the Islanders. Peverley's status for Thursday's matchup...
Bruins forward Daniel Paille is doing much better after undergoing surgery on Wednesday to repair a broken nose and facial lacerations, according to coach Claude Julien.
Last weekend, both Anaheim Ducks forward George Parros and Los Angeles Kings defenseman Drew Doughty take pucks to the face. Parros, who doesn't wear a visor, had surgery on his left eye Monday to fix a torn retina. He'll be fine after taking the next four weeks to recover. Luckily for Doughty, he was saved by his visor and played the remainder of the game.
Early in the third...
With a pair of forwards battling injuries, the Bruins have summoned Zach Hamill to augment their depth up front. Hamill was recalled on an emergency basis Wednesday afternoon and will join the club for its morning skate on Thursday. He will be available if needed for that night's matchup with Edmonton at the Garden. Hamill was the Bruins' first-round pick in 2007 (8th overall...