Paille

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    Paille

    I have been waiting for this guy to finally convince me that he belongs on this team and I think this year he finally did it. When they first got him I was hung up on the first rounder hype but I believe he has accepted his role and has become a very valuable member of the team. 

    I love his work ethic and grit. He is a key player and fourth line is where he should be and I am fine with that.  He and Campbell compliment each other perfectly. 

     

     
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    I have been waiting for this guy to finally convince me that he belongs on this team and I think this year he finally did it. When they first got him I was hung up on the first rounder hype but I believe he has accepted his role and has become a very valuable member of the team. 

    I love his work ethic and grit. He is a key player and fourth line is where he should be and I am fine with that.  He and Campbell compliment each other perfectly. 

     



    He did such a great job in 2011 making his way back into the lineup and playing a great forechecking game when we won the cup. The 4th line is back to where they were then, and Paille has alot to do with it. I got to meet him last year and he is a great guy also.

     
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    He did such a great job in 2011 making his way back into the lineup and playing a great forechecking game when we won the cup. The 4th line is back to where they were then, and Paille has alot to do with it. I got to meet him last year and he is a great guy also.

     

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    Yeah he stepped up in 2011. really like his game this year. 

     
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    Paille desserves a trial on the PP ...Bruins arent going anywhere since 3 years withnone of the worst PP in the NHL ....I would try him with Bergeron Seguin Marchand and Hamilton on the 1st unit ....he can skate, can move the puck quickly and he is such a smart player...

     
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    Paille desserves a trial on the PP ...Bruins arent going anywhere since 3 years withnone of the worst PP in the NHL ....I would try him with Bergeron Seguin Marchand and Hamilton on the 1st unit ....he can skate, can move the puck quickly and he is such a smart player...



    Couldn't be any worse than they got now,give it a shot,i no we all kind of make fun of powerplay,i mean i no they won the cup without one.but can't see them ever doing it again.If they had an even decent power play last year they don't loose to Washington.

     
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    dear lord. paille is not a PP guy. he has stone hands.

     
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    Paille is fine where he is and is thriving. Let him be....

     
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    Paille is fine where he is and is thriving. Let him be....



    Agreed. Like I said he knows his role and does as good as anyone. 

     
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    Paille is fine where he is and is thriving. Let him be....




    Agreed. Don't move him up to the 3rd line, just keep him right where he is. Right now, he'd have my vote for 7th player.

     
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    Since earning his permanent ice time, I have been very happy with Paille.  Unlike everyone else on the team once in a while, this guy never dogs it.  He may have hands of stone, but his defense play has always been at a high level.

    No complaints at all with this player.

     
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    definitely no complaints, but i certainly don't want him on the PP

     
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    Since earning his permanent ice time, I have been very happy with Paille.  Unlike everyone else on the team once in a while, this guy never dogs it.  He may have hands of stone, but his defense play has always been at a high level.

    No complaints at all with this player.

     



    Well said. Doesn't take any shifts off. I also would agree with the 7th player award at this time!

    I haven't posted in a long time...forgot how fun it can be. 

     
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    Since earning his permanent ice time, I have been very happy with Paille.  Unlike everyone else on the team once in a while, this guy never dogs it.  He may have hands of stone, but his defense play has always been at a high level.

    No complaints at all with this player.

     No compliants here I like his speed and PK abilities

    Who was it on here that used to refer to Daniel as" Pallie of $%**?"

     




     

     
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    Paille is fine where he is and is thriving. Let him be....

     




    Agreed. Don't move him up to the 3rd line, just keep him right where he is. Right now, he'd have my vote for 7th player.

     



    Ooooppppsss. He will be on the 1st line...lol lol 

     
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    I thought we agreed to leave Paille where he was!

     
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    Es a goo Vato!

     

     
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    Es a goo Vato!

     




    Mr. Roboto- domo-domo.

     
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    Alright then, 8th player award?

     
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    He should've won the7th Player Award 

     
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    Paille is fine where he is and is thriving. Let him be....

     




    Agreed. Don't move him up to the 3rd line, just keep him right where he is. Right now, he'd have my vote for 7th player.

     




    I thought of him as the seventh player award winner myself. And in my opinion, his hands aren't as stone as some other Bruin fans think. He would be a second line winger on a lot of NHL teams. 

     
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    DP has played well for us and did deserve the 7th player award. His hands have been better and he has scored 10 goals this season, stone hands has made his mark and good for him. DH is a rookie and played well but DP had the much harder roll on the PK and the 4th line and up and down the lineup. If some of the Bruin players played with his hype, 2nd place would already be ours. Bruins need more of what DP brings.

     
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    Paille and Campbell have both proved their value. Once in a great while Claude let's them have a skilled winger and they do even better

     
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    Paille desserves a trial on the PP ...Bruins arent going anywhere since 3 years withnone of the worst PP in the NHL ....I would try him with Bergeron Seguin Marchand and Hamilton on the 1st unit ....he can skate, can move the puck quickly and he is such a smart player...



    he was a first round pick because of his speed, but the guy has below average hands. don't want that on the PP. 

     
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    Paille got screwed with the 7th player voting. His hands are better than what people give him credit for, but they are still not powerplay worthy hands. 

    Dougie was really good for his age but that is not what the Award is about.  Plus, I expected Dougie to have some success this year since he was a highly touted, 2nd D-man taken in the draft.  He did not do anything unexpected for me. 

     

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