Paille Pride

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    Paille Pride

    1. If Shanny does not give a a fine for that hit to Paille I will be disgusted.

    2. He did not win the fight but got two good shots and stood up for himself.

    Proud of Pialle
     
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    Who should get fined?  Paille for running into Jovo's elbow?
     
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    [QUOTE]Who should get fined?  Paille for running into Jovo's elbow?
    Posted by Not-A-Shot[/QUOTE]

    Agree NAS! Total coincidential contact. Just like the DK Sidney scenario as Jack said.
     
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    Jovo's a big boy and can really throw em'. Good for Paille. I could just imagine Subban in the same scenario.
     
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    no need for anything.  This league is getting way too trigger happy with fines and suspensions I'm all for protecting players but let them play and keep hockey interesting.  Good for Paille standing up for himself.  Who was the one that tried to go over and get to Jovo?  The camera cut to a different angle before I could tell who it was but it looked like someone was trying to get there before Paille dropped them.
     
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    Good non-call. Jovo did nothing to deserve a penalty. Thought it was interesting that he didn't return to action. Time will tell if one of his wild missed punches caused a shoulder injury.
     
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    prolly got the Thorny flu, figured some retrib was coming his way

    the old polski ogorki can still fire em, though

     
     
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    Paille even took his helmet off for the fight which impressed the hell out of me...I am sorry I watched the replay and looked as if Jovi went into Paille's head. If I am wrong on that I am wrong. Point is Paille stood up against a tough guy and stood his ground. For that big Kuddos.
     
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    Did not see the incident but hey he is Niagara Peninsula Boy they are made to speak up for themselves. He is still my fav. underrated Bruin along with Mcquaid. Then we have Ference another silent but noticeable Bruin.

    I just like watching these kind of players the ones behind the spotlight.
     
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    [QUOTE]Paille even took his helmet off for the fight which impressed the hell out of me...I am sorry I watched the replay and looked as if Jovi went into Paille's head. If I am wrong on that I am wrong. Point is Paille stood up against a tough guy and stood his ground. For that big Kuddos.
    Posted by Macfact[/QUOTE]

    He had to take off the wind shield or risk additional penalty.
     
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    Paille is the Man! He's fearless and fast. Let's keep this guy a Bruin!
     
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    he rope a doped jovo who didn't return after the fight. 

     
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    Bad decision, Thornton was next to him ready to drop the gloves...

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    I agree Paille is underrated for sure. He is a good guy and a good Bruin. Mcquaid is the same way with Ferrence. Although Ferrenced did not look great last night. Although Corvo's plus minus plummetted last night. Any way Paille is good for this team and I am glad he did not wait for someone else to step in.
     
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    Paille has guts and courage. Glad to see him hide his face [prior injury] from Jovo's wild swings. Thornton was there, but not in time, would have picked up a 3rd man in. Unfortunately, Thorny is one of Claude's buddies [laughing it up on the bench] so IMO Claude does not apply his objectivity where Thornton is involved. Thornton does give all that he has every time on the ice, problem is that there's not much skill. Any other player, Claude would staple to the bench.
     
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    Pretty crazy that was Paille's first penalty of the season.  He now has 5 PIMs on the year.

    Good non-call, incidental contact.  Paille didn't like, so he went the street justice route.  Nothing to gripe about there, just good hockey.

     
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    In Response to Re: Paille Pride:[QUOTE]Pretty crazy that was Paille's first penalty of the season.  He now has 5 PIMs on the year. Good non-call, incidental contact. 
    Posted by Crowls2424[/QUOTE]

    I would have never thought to be true with how aggressive Paille is in the corners and backcheck. The man is relentless for sure gotta resign Daniel for sure.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Paille Pride : I would have never thought to be true with how aggressive Paille is in the corners and backcheck. The man is relentless for sure gotta resign Daniel for sure.
    Posted by SanDogBrewin[/QUOTE]

    Ya know dawg. Ruff had him in his doghouse for quite sometime because of (laziness) which is astounding, because every shift he's out there he's everything but that characteristic!
     
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    Jovo out 8 weeks, that'll teach him to mess with "Punchout" Paille. Maybe he'll think twice next time.
     
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    Paille is a stud. Definately MUST re-sign him.
     
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    Paille is a great Penalty killer, speed to burn, pots the odd goal and comes very reasonably priced. Also is very versatile, has played on all lines. Imagine if he had the hands too match his speed.He'd make alot more money. I used to be a bit hard on him, but he has won me over, a definite keeper.
     
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    [QUOTE]Paille is the Man! He's fearless and fast. Let's keep this guy a Bruin!
    Posted by OrrEspoCash[/QUOTE]

    Yes!  He's a true first round talent...right?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Paille Pride : Yes!  He's a true first round talent...right?
    Posted by Not-A-Shot[/QUOTE]
    Sorta like Pouliot ?
     

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