Bruins Re-Sign Forward Daniel Paille to Two-Year Extension


The 2010-11 Bruins are beginning to take shape.

On Thursday, the B's announced the re-signing of Daniel Paille, inking the forward and penalty-killing wonder to a two-year deal.

Paille, who was traded to the B?s from the Sabres last season, will make $1 million the first year and $1.15 million during the second year, according to TSN.

The 6-foot, 200-pounder tallied 19 points in 74 games for the Bruins last year. He scored 10 goals and totaled nine assists. A first-round pick by Buffalo in the 2002 draft, Paille has scored 45 goals and posted 96 assists in 269 career games.

Paille was a key contributor on the Bruins penalty kill — which finished ranked third in the NHL — and led all Bruins forwards in shorthanded time on ice per game with an average of 1:59.

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