Bruins Sign Simon Gagne, Send Bobby Robins And Jordan Caron To Providence


October 14, 2014

Simon GagneThe Boston Bruins are making an attempt to add offense to their roster.

The Bruins on Tuesday signed veteran forward Simon Gagne to a one-year contract with a salary cap hit of $600,000. The team also sent forward Jordan Caron and Bobby Robins to Providence. Caron will have to clear waivers before joining the P-Bruins.

Gagne was with the Bruins during the preseason on a professional tryout contract. The 34-year-old hasn’t played in the NHL since the 2012-13 season with the Philadelphia Flyers. He scored five goals and added six assists in 27 games with Philadelphia that season. He has 288 career goals in 13 NHL seasons.

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