During the team's morning skate, Paille was back in his normal spot on the fourth line along with Gregory Campbell and Jordan Caron. In 30 games this season, Paille has three goals and two assists for five points.
He's a plus-1 and has not been called for a penalty yet this season.
Bruins forward Loui Eriksson, who suffered a concussion Dec. 7, was seen walking into the Bruins' locker room Friday afternoon but still has not been cleared to skate.
"Same as usual," said Bruins coach Claude Julien when asked about Eriksson's status. "He's coming in and feeling better every day. We're going through the pro of giving him that opportunity and going step-by-step here. It's not going to be a quick turnaround like it was last time. We're hoping for some good things here in the upcoming weeks."
Bruins defenseman Dougie Hamilton, who has missed the last seven games with a lower-body injury, has been skating on his own. Julien described Hamilton's progress as "good."
"We expect him to start skating with the team hopefully next week," Julien said.