Former Bruin leaves his current team

Sara Amaya
June 1, 2024  (7:33)

Daniel Paille during a game with the Bruins
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Daniel Paille has chosen to leave Canisius' Golden Griffins after five seasons with the team, to explore other coaching opportunities. Currently there is no information on what other opportunities Paille may be deciding on or taking but the news was reported by the team on Friday.

Paille is an NHL grandmaster of 11 years and has played with the Buffalo Sabres and the Boston Bruins. Paille played five seasons with the Sabres in 657 games and then got traded to the Bruins and played with them for three seasons, two of which he only played 43 games because of injuries he obtained off the ice, before winning a Stanley Cup. Paille was with the Bruins for seven seasons before moving on to play with the New York Rangers and in the AHL for one season.
After that season ended, Paille spent time in Sweden playing two years for Brynas IF (SHL) before deciding to end his skating journey in the NHL.
Shortly after, Paille took his role as a volunteer participant coach with the Canisius Golden Griffins in 2019 for two seasons before deciding to take on the assistant coach position prior to 2021.
Paille has had a great career thus far and it will be interesting to see what his future holds for him. One thing is clear, whatever coaching role Paille decides to take in the near future, the team who gets him will greatly benefit from his wisdom. Until then, best of luck in all of your endeavors Paille.
Source: The Hockey News-Canisius' Daniel Paille leaving program to purse another coaching opportunity
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