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The Wells Fargo Center was rocking on Wednesday night as one of the all-time greats, Simon Gagne returned to the club. Besides Gagne returning, he also scored to help give the Flyers a 4-1 victory. Jayson Werth actually said something smart on Wednesday too if you missed it.
In Simon Gagne's return, or as Pierre McGuirre likes to call him "See-mon", the Flyers dominated the Capitals 4-1. Gagne netted a goal in his first game back in orange to help build the lead. (The Orange Update)
Jayson Werth, who since he became a member of the Washington Nationals has said nothing right, made a great point on Wednesday. Jayson and his homeless beard believes that the Phillies, not the Braves, are the Nationals biggest threat. (Phielders Choice)
The Phillies bats came alive during Wednesday's spring training action, unfortunately the relievers didn't. (Philliedelphia)
In case you missed it, Penn State Men's Basketball pulled a monstrous upset. The Lions defeated the #4 ranked Michigan Wolverines 84-78. (Total Sports Live)
Alexander Ovechkin had a pretty bad game on Wednesday night, and boy did NBC's Mike Milbury let him know. Milbury basically called him an eight year old. (SB Nation)
Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs have traded for a top quarterback. Big Red traded for San Francisco 49er Alex Smith, and gave up a lot for him. (Bleeding Green Nation)
The Sixers fans have begun losing the faith. All of the hype surrounding this club after last season's playoff success and the blockbuster trade. The team and the fans are beginning to crumble unfortunately. (The Sixers Sense)
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Jayson Werth was asked whether the Braves or Phillies would be the team to challenge the Nats in the division, and he answered.
Both the Philadelphia Flyers and Los Angeles Kings are struggling this season and this prompted the two NHL clubs to pull off a trade on Feb 26. The reigning Stanley Cup Champions Los Angeles sent forward Simon Gagne to the Flyers for a conditional fourth-round draft pick. Gagne is quite familiar with the City of Brotherly Love and the Flyers organization since he spent more than...
Gagne traded. He's not impressed.
The Los Angeles Kings have traded Simon Gagne to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for a conditional fourth-round pick that they acquired from Phoenix, as seen on Philadelphia's official Twitter account.
Gagne skated with the Flyers between 1999-00 and 2009-10 (10 seasons) before spending one season in Tampa Bay (2010-11) and a little...
The Philadelphia Flyers have agreed to send a fourth-round draft pick to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for forward Simon Gagne.
That's right. The same Gagne that was drafted by the Flyers with the twenty-second-overall pick in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft will be returning to play in Philadelphia.
In his thirteen-year-NHL career, Gagne had recorded 586 points (283 goal; 303 assists...
Simon Gagne helped the Kings win a cup.
But he's not as big as Nolan or King or Penner and he's been a healthy scratch.
So the Kings traded him to a team they like to make trades with and a place he's familiar with.
The Kings get a conditional 4th round pick and could it be that Tyler Toffoli gets called up?
The Kings have made 3 trades in the past 3 weeks...
DC Sports Bogposted about Jimmy Johnson's post-Daytona 500 victory celebration on Sunday, which apparently involved the filming of a Harlem Shake video that included Jayson Werth and Adam LaRoche. Video above.Good luck identifying Werth and LaRoche, though, it's not easy to pick 'em out. We're guessing LaRoche is the guy who drives by on the dirt bike, and Werth is...
Philadelphia, PA - Simon Gagne returned to the Philadelphia Flyers in story-book fashion, scoring a key second period goal, as the Flyers clipped the Caps 4-0. Gagne rejoined the Flyers in the early AM hours today after being traded from the LA Kings yesterday (Tuesday Feb 26). Philadelphia used the spark from Gagne and the crowd to jump
The Los Angeles Kings traded Simon Gagne back to the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday for a conditional draft pick, sending the struggling left wing back to the city where he had his greatest NHL success.
Gagne spent his first 10 NHL seasons with the Flyers, but won his first Stanley Cup title last season in Los Angeles after a late-playoff return from a concussion. He hasn't...
The NHL trade market picked up on Tuesday afternoon with a pair of trades, and it sounds like teams are far from done wheeling and dealing.
One of the teams expected to be most active leading up to the trade deadline are the Philadelphia Flyers, who made a deal Tuesday. The Flyers brought Simon Gagne back from Los Angeles in exchange for a conditional draft pick.
They aren’t done...
Nationals right fielder Jayson Werth likes the Phillies better than the Braves
Some bulletin board material that may motivate the Braves a little bit has appeared, as Washington Nationals star Jayson Werth talked to the Washington Post’s Adam Kilgore about the National League East race before Tuesday’s game. Werth was asked whether he thinks the Phillies or Braves are the Nationals’...
Coming off a Stanley Cup victory, the LA Kings have traded the man who almost dropped the cup, Simon Gagne back to Philadelphia. Rejoice Flyers fans, #12 is back!
Simon Gagne was traded to the Flyers today for a conditional fourth round pick. (Orange and Black Pack)
After being traded back to where his career started, here is the official transcript of Simon Gagne's first interview...
Claude Giroux scored 23 seconds in, and Simon Gagne added a goal in his first game back with the Flyers as Philadelphia rolled to a 4-1 victory over the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night.
Wayne Simmonds gave Philadelphia a 2-0 lead less than four minutes later, and Gagne scored his first goal of the season in the second period, one day after being reacquired by the Flyers from...
After a slow start to the season, the Philadelphia Flyers are starting to pick up steam.
They're surely feeling good about their chances of keeping things going with Simon Gagne back in town.
The Flyers aim for a fifth win in seven games Saturday in their first meeting of the season with the visiting Ottawa Senators, who could again be without the injured Craig Anderson.
Game: Ottawa Senators (12-6-3) vs. Philadelphia Flyers (10-11-1) Location: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, PA) Time: 12:00PM TV: NHL Network, Comcast SportsNet Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic Previous Game: On Wednesday, the Flyers defeated the struggling Washington Capitals in front of the hometown fans. Claude Giroux started the scoring early in the game, and Simon Gagne commenced...