Boston Bruins forward Simon Gagne is going to sit out the remainder of the 2014-15 NHL season.
Veteran forward Simon Gagne is on an indefinite leave of absence from the Boston Bruins after his father was diagnosed with incurable cancer.
Simon Gagne will join the team that offered him a tryout this summer. The Boston Bruins signed the former 40-goal man to a one-year deal worth a reported $600,000.
The Boston Bruins cut ties with Ville Leino who joined the club this preseason on a tryout basis.
More NHL teams are using analytics when it comes to building a roster. The Los Angeles Kings seem to have really taken advantage of them.
There has been some reported interest in Danny Briere's services, particularly from the Blues. But he doesn't sound like he's willing to waive his no-move clause.
The Philadelphia Flyers have been looking to make a trade, and on Tuesday they did just that, re-acquiring Simon Gagne from the LA Kings.
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