Daniel Paille Injury: Bruins Forward To Undergo Surgery For Facial Injuries

Daniel Paille took a puck to the face on Monday night. On Wednesday, he'll have surgery.

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Daniel Paille Injury: Bruins Forward To Undergo Facial Surgery

Daniel Paille will undergo surgery on Wednesday afternoon in Boston, less than 48 hours after taking a puck to the face in a nasty incident on Monday night in the Bruins' game against the New York Islanders. Team general manager Peter Chiarelli issued a statement on Tuesday night.

"Daniel Paille has been diagnosed with a broken nose and facial lacerations after the injury he sustained in our game Monday night. He will undergo surgery on Wednesday, November 9 at Mass General Hospital in Boston to repair the injury. Dr. Thomas Dodson will conduct the procedure. Following the surgery, he is expected to be listed as day-to-day."

Given the horrifying injury, the fact that Paille is expected to be listed as just day-to-day following his surgery is fantastic news. He's lucky the injuries weren't much worse, given the violence of the scene on Monday night. 

For more on the injury, check in with SB Nation Boston and Bruins blog Stanley Cup of Chowder.

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