The Boston Bruins have signed forwards Daniel Paille and Chris Bourque.
Paille inked a three-year extension through the 2014-15 season that is worth $1.3 million annually, while Bourque agreed to a two-year deal through 2013-14. Bourque's pact is a two-way contract for 2012-13 and a one-way deal the following year.
The 28-year-old Paille has spent the past three seasons in Boston and last year notched nine goals with six assists for 15 points in 69 games. He has 25 goals and 22 assists in 186 regular-season games for Boston, helping the franchise to the Stanley Cup title last spring.
Prior to joining the Bruins, Paille spent two full seasons and parts of two others with Buffalo. He was acquired from the Sabres in October 2009 for a draft pick.
In 381 NHL regular-season games, Paille has 60 goals and 64 assists. He also has four goals and five assists in 46 playoff games.
Bourque, the son of Bruins legend Raymond Bourque, spent the 2011-12 season with Washington's American Hockey League affiliate in Hershey and led the league in scoring with 93 points in 73 games.
The 26-year-old Bourque has one goal and three assists in 33 NHL games with Washington and Pittsburgh.