The Oilers have acquired Sam Gagner from the Canucks for Ryan Spooner.
Gagner was originally drafted by the Oilers back in 2007 and played seven seasons and 481 career games with Edmonton. The 29-year-old has only appeared in seven NHL games with Vancouver this season and has picked up 12 goals and 25 assists (37 points) in 43 AHL games while on loan with the Marlies. He is expected to report to the Oilers on Saturday.
The Canucks have loaned Sam Gagner to Toronto (AHL).
Gagner will make his season debut on Monday.
Gagner has picked up seven goals and eight assists while on a loan with the Toronto Marlies (AHL) and will make his season debut after being called up on Sunday. Gagner had 31 points (10G / 21A) in 74 games last year, so he has some offensive ability left in the tank.
Source: @Canucks 11/19/18, 2:31 pm EST
The Canucks have recalled Sam Gagner from Toronto (AHL).
Source: @Canucks 11/18/18, 2:30 pm EST
Gagner (ankle) has been cleared to play and is expected to return to the lineup Friday against the Golden Knights.
Gagner sprained his ankle on Tuesday and left practice early on Wednesday; will return to Vancouver.
Gagner returned to the Canucks lineup last night but sprained his ankle and is day-to-day. He will return to Vancouver to be re-evaluated, making him doubtful for Thursday, Friday and likely Sunday.
Source: @Canucks 02/7/18, 3:39 pm EST
Gagner (concussion) is expected to return to the Canucks lineup on Tuesday.
Gagner missed Saturday’s game vs. the Lightning but is expected to be back in tonight in Florida. Gagner has seven goals and 15 assists (22 points) in 51 games this season. He is expected to skate with Markus Granlund and Thomas Vanek.
Source: @Canucks 02/6/18, 5:09 pm EST
Gagner (concussion) is "feeling better" but not expected to play on Saturday.
Source: @Canucks 02/3/18, 2:37 pm EST
The Canucks have signed Sam Gagner to a three-year contract worth $9.45M ($3.15M AAV).
Gagner, 27, resurrected his NHL career one a one-year deal in Columbus, scoring 18 goals with 32 assists (50 points) in 81 games. He did extensive damage on the power-play, scoring eight goals and 10 assists with the man-advantage. He will bring a much-needed scorer’s touch to the Canucks bottom-6.
Gagner will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Gagner had no points and just one shot on goal while averaging 11:03 TOI in his first two games in a Blue Jackets jersey, but tonight he will come out of the lineup as Lukas Sedlak will make his NHL debut.
Source: Rob Mixer 10/21/16, 8:14 am EST
The Blue Jackets signed Sam Gagner to a one-year deal worth $650K.
Gagner, 27, split the 2015-16 season between the NHL and AHL. He finished the year with 16 points (8G / 8A) in 53 games with the Flyers and six points (1G / 5A) in nine games with Lehigh Valley. The former sixth overall pick has not been able to break his career-high of 49 points he set in his rookie season. Gagner will battle for a roster spot in training camp this fall.
Gagner will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Gagner in; Weal out.
Gagner will come out of the Flyers lineup on Sunday.
The Flyers have recalled Sam Gagner from Lehigh Valley (AHL); expected to play on Thursday.
Gagner had six points (1G / 5A) in nine games with Lehigh Valley but has been recalled to play with Sean Couturier out of the lineup with a lower-body injury. Gagner has five points (2G / 3A) in 18 games this season.
The Flyers have sent Sam Gagner to Lehigh Valley (AHL).
The Flyers have placed Sam Gagner on waivers.
Gagner has been out since November 23rd with a concussion and is now on waivers. If Gagner goes unclaimed, he will likely head to the AHL. The 2007 sixth overall pick’s NHL career could be in danger of coming to an end.
Gagner (upper-body) will travel to St. Louis with the team.
Gagner has missed the last seven games with an upper-body injury, but will travel to St. Louis and could return to the lineup at some point during the road trip. Gagner has five points (2G / 3A) in 18 games this season.
Gagner (upper-body) was placed on IR on Monday.
Gagner will miss his seventh consecutive game on Tuesday and was placed on IR yesterday, but did skate this morning. He is day-to-day with no timetable for a return.
Gagner (upper-body) left Monday's game and did not return.
Gagner hit his face off of the ice after being hit by Brad Malone and left the game and did not come back. Gagner played just 1:54 before retiring to the dressing room. If he is unavailable for Wednesday’s game, expect Vinny Lecavalier to play.
Source: @NHLFlyers 11/24/15, 4:24 am EST