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When Daniel Paille alerted the Bruins to the fact that he didn’t feel quite right after a flight from Toronto to Calgary earlier this month, he was mired in a slump. He had gone eight straight games without a point. He was sent back to Boston and diagnosed with concussion symptoms, missing the next seven games.
In the five games since his return, Paille has three goals and one assist, with a goal and an assist in Saturday’s 4-1 win over the Jets at TD Garden.
“I feel normal again, which is huge,” Paille said. “It’s been a while since I’ve felt this way. For me right now the main focus is to skate and compete like I have been.”