Boston will be without Simon Gagne indefinitely, the Bruins announced.
Bruins president Cam Neely appeared on Felger & Massarotti Thursday afternoon for the first time of the 2014-15 season.
With the Bruins roster up in the air early on in the season, the team hopes the signing of Simon Gagne will help that.
The Boston Bruins have signed forward Simon Gagne to a one-year deal.
With the 2014-15 NHL season just a day away, the Boston Bruins’ opening night roster is beginning to take shape.
Matt Kalman takes a closer look at the B’s forwards, and which ones will make the final cut.
A handful of Bruins will make their preseason debuts Wednesday night when Boston takes on the Washington Capitals at the TD Garden.
“I think it would be very good news coming out of camp if Gagne made this team.”
Simon Gagne has 12 goals and 19 points in 25 career games at TD Garden. Now the veteran forward will try to add to those totals as a member of the home team in 2014-15.
NHL free agency is officially underway, but do not expect the Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins to do too much over the weekend as other teams run of and spend the big bucks.