VIDEO: Daniel Paille takes skate to chin, doesn't miss shift
Bruins forward Daniel Paille took a skate to the chin that opened up a cut early in Sunday night's game at Toronto. A dab of glue later, he didn't miss a shift. Playoffs rule.
Bruins forward Daniel Paille had a scare in the first period of Game 6 at Toronto on Sunday night, taking a skate to his chin while down on the ice.
Because he's a hockey player and it's the playoffs, Paille had the wound glued shut on the bench. No, he didn't miss a shift. Yes, playoff hockey is the best.
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