Boston Bruins forward Daniel Paille will make his return to the lineup on Friday night against the Ottawa Senators after missing the past seven games with a concussion.
Paille suffered a concussion in a game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Dec. 8 and hasn’t played since.
In 30 games played this season, he has recorded three goals and two assists for a total of five points. He is also a plus-1.
Paille will be back in his usual spot when he returns to the lineup on Friday, playing on the fourth line. He will be playing along with Gregory Campbell and Jordan Caron, as his regular line mate, Shawn Thornton, serves the rest of his suspension.
The game tonight will take place at TD Garden and will start at 7:00 p.m.