Gagner bagged a helper, his first point since March 22, in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to Toronto. It's been a rough season for Gagner, with injuries shortening his first campaign with the Flyers. He's never scored fewer than 10 goals in his NHL career. He currently has eight. With two games left -- both this weekend -- Gagner will look to hit double digits in either points or assists.
Gagner had two assists Saturday in a shootout win over the Panthers and now has four points in his last four games. He's been slow to find his niche, but it seems like he could be on the road to relevance. Gagner has seven points (five goals, two assists) in his last 10 games. Center is a deep position, so he remains a challenging activation. But this is a good sign that the once-effective pivot hasn't completely lost his touch.
Gagner tossed in a rebound to score an unassisted, power-play goal in Friday's 3-1 win over the Lightning. With seven goals, twelve points, and multiple injuries on the season, it hasn't been an ideal first year with the Flyers for Gagner. Still, five of those goals have come in his last 10 games, and he seems to be producing more consistently now that he's found a regular spot in the lineup.
Gagner scored a goal in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Wild. It's his second goal in three games, and he's been seeing more ice time with with Claude Giroux still out (day-to-day, upper body). With nine points in 31 games this season, though, it's hard to get excited about this. Gagner will have to produce more consistently to be fantasy-relevant.
Gagner scored his first goal since October in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Maple Leafs. Gagner hadn't found cloth since October 21, when he started the season off with two goals in the first four games. He's cooled considerably since, to say the least. Despite seeing steady fourth-line minutes, Gagner has only produced eight points this season. That's not enough to make blips on many fantasy radars.
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