Seems like the end of the line for this former Olympic gold medalist and Stanley Cup champion.from crownedroyalSimon Gagne, the former first round and 22nd overall pick by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1998 seems to be resigned to his fate, as a former NHL player. "I do not ask my agent to call all teams. If it engages, it will. Otherwise, we are ready to move on," Gagne...
[Photo: USA TODAY Sports] About two and a half years after being traded away from the only place he knew, Simon Gagne returned to the city where it all began. The struggling Philadelphia Flyers fetched Gagne from the Los Angeles Kings for merely a conditional fourth-round draft pick. Returning to Philadelphia was a boon for [...]
One of more interesting decisions the Flyers need to make this offseason is whether to re-sign unrestricted free agent left winger Simon Gagne. The 33-year-old former All-Star scored five goals and 11 points in 27 games after being reaquired from Los Angeles.
At various times during is return to the Flyers, Gagne played on various different lines. He spent a two-week stint on...
The Flyers played strong early and managed to keep the Washington Capitals in check en-route to a 4-1 win at home Wednesday night in Simon Gagne’s return to Philadelphia.
Philadelphia (10-11-1), coming off of a disappointing loss to Toronto on Monday, wasted no time establishing the momentum in their team’s favor early as Claude Giroux scored to give the Flyersa 1-0 lead after...
Winger Simon Gagne has been traded from the Kings to the Philadelphia Flyers for whom he played for from 1999 to 2010.
Simon Gagne is expected to return to the Los Angeles Kings' lineup for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals.
Gagne hasn't played since Dec. 26, when the veteran left wing was sidelined by his latest concussion.
He is in his first season with the Kings, who signed the seven-time 20-goal scorer as a free agent.
The Kings repeatedly downplayed any notion Gagne could play in the...
Via AP on Fox
June 04, 2012
Five months after suffering a career-threatening concussion, Kings' forward Simon Gagne is expected to return to the lineup for Game 3 against the New Jersey Devils in the Stanley Cup Final.
Game 3 is tonight at Staples Center and the Kings have a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series.
Fourth-line forward Brad Richardson looks to be the odd-man out but not because of an injury...
Simon Gagne thought the Los Angeles Kings would be a Stanley Cup contender. That's why he signed with them as a free agent last summer.
Gagne's projection was correct. He just wishes he had played a bigger role in it.
The high-scoring forward hasn't played for the Kings since Dec. 26, when he suffered his latest concussion. It's been bittersweet to watch Los Angeles...
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May 25, 2012
The L.A. Kings’ Simon Gagne is back on the ice and well on the road to recovery, reports L.A. Kings Insider.
He skated for a half-hour, Rich Hammond, of the Kings-operated blog, says.
Gagne suffered a concussion on Dec. 26 in a game against the Phoenix Coyotes.
He’s making good strides while it was speculated he may not rejoin his teammates until next season.
LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Kings have placed forward Simon Gagne on the injured reserve list (upper body injury), Kings PresidentGeneral Manager Dean Lombardi announced Wednesday.
Gagne suffered the injury during Monday nights Kings-Coyotes game, a 4-3 Kings win. Gagne, in his first season with the Kings, is fifth on the club in scoring (7-10=17) and fourth in goals. He is also...