Bruins sign F Paille to three-year deal
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BOSTON (AP) The Boston Bruins have signed forward Daniel Paille (PIE'-YAY) to a three-year contract worth almost $4 million.
The team also announced it gave forward Chris Bourque a two-year deal. Bourque is the son of Bruins Hall of Famer Ray Bourque. The first year of Chris Bourque's deal will be a two-way contact. In all, it could be worth $1.1 million.
Paille has played three years in Boston, scoring 25 goals with 22 assists and 55 penalty minutes. He was originally drafted by the Buffalo Sabres.
Bourque was acquired by the Bruins from the Washington Capitals for forward Zach Hamill. Bourque has played 33 career NHL games with Washington and Pittsburgh, with one goal and three assists.
Updated June 1, 2012