Gagner in; Lecavalier out.
Gagner was a healthy scratch on Thursday vs. the Flames, but will replace Vincent Lecavalier in the lineup tonight in Winnipeg. Gagner, who will centre the third line, has two goals and three assists in 10 games in his first season with the Flyers.
Gagner will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday vs. Boston.
Gagner registered one goal and one assist while averaging 12:13 TOI in three games, but will come out of the lineup tonight in favour of R.J Umberger.
Gagner will make his Flyers’ debut on Monday.
Gagner, 26, was a healthy scratch in the first two games of the season, but with R.J Umberger out with an upper-body injury, Gagner will be inserted into the lineup for Monday’s clash with the Panthers. Gagner is coming off of a season where he had 15 goals and 26 assists (41 points) in 81 games.
The Flyers acquired Sam Gagner and a conditional draft pick from the Coyotes for Nicklas Grossmann and Chris Pronger’s contract on Saturday.
Sam Gagner is a healthy scratch for the Coyotes tonight.
Gagner has just 10 points (3G / 7A) in 29 games this season. He played just 12:31 on Thursday, he has averaged 16:42 this season.
After acquiring Sam Gagner from the Oilers, the Lightning flipped Gagner along with B.J Crombeen to the Coyotes for a 2015 sixth-round pick.
The Coyotes were in the market for a center after buying out Mike Ribeiro on Friday. Gagner, 24, had 10 goals and 27 assists in 67 games last season after missing the first 13 games recovering from a broken jaw. He has two years remaining on a contract with an annual cap-hit of $4.8 million.
Source: NHL.com 07/1/14, 4:58 am EST
Gagner (ankle) will play Sunday.
After missing Friday's game, Gagner will be back in the lineup on Sunday vs. the Hurricanes. He will be in his usual spot as the second line pivot and second PP-unit.
Gagner (ankle) is a game-time decision Sunday.
Gagner will take part in the pre-game warmups and a decision on his availability will be made then. Gagner missed Friday's game and if he misses tonight, the Oilers will dress seven defensemen.
Gagner will shift to the wing and play on the Oilers top line tonight.
Gagner will skate with Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Taylor Hall against the Penguins tonight. After a breakout year in 2012-13 (14G / 24A), Gagner has taken a step back this season. He has recorded 17 points (5G / 12A) with a terrible minus-17 in 33 games. That puts him on pace for a career-low 36 points, which is two lower than he had in last years shortened campaign.
Sam Gagner (jaw) says he's playing for the Oilers tonight.
Gagner wil make his season debut tonight and is expected to skate on a line with Jordan Eberle and Nail Yakupov. Gagner had 14 goals and 24 assists (38 points) in 48 games.
Sam Gagner (broken jaw) medically cleared to play.
Gagner is expected to be in lineup tonight vs. Toronto, but we'll get details at game-day skate. He hasn't played this season after breaking his jaw in the pre-season.
Sam Gagner (broken jaw) will not make the upcoming 2-game trip with Edmonton.
Gagner will still be out another week or so, minimum.
Sam Gagner has been cleared for light contact. Will see the doctor again next week.
Gagner has not played in a game this season after breaking his jaw in the preseason.
Full face shield and all Sam Gagner skating with the team this morning for the first time since breaking his jaw.
Gagner's recovery appears to be ahead of schedule. He should be back before early November, but consider him week-to-week until the Oilers announce otherwise.
Sam Gagner skated with his Oilers teammates today for the first time since breaking his jaw in mid-September. He was wearing a face shield to protect his jaw.
The original timetable for Gagner's return was November, but he appears to be ahead of schedule. The Oilers got word that they will get Ryan Nugent-Hopkins back today which allows them to ease Gagner back in.
The doctors who performed surgery on Sam Gagner's broken jaw believe he will be out of lineup for two months.
Sam Gagner is out indefinitely after he suffered a broken jaw Saturday night on a high stick from Vancouver Canucks forward Zack Kassian.
Gagner, 24, scored 14 goals and 24 assists in the lockout-shortened 48-game regular-season last year. The London, Ont., native has 91 goals and 167 assists in 414 career contests, all with Edmonton. He could be a late round steal if you can hold onto him while he is out for the first month or so.
Source: CBC.ca 09/22/13, 1:00 pm EST
Sam Gagner and the Edmonton Oilers have agreed to terms on a three-year contract extension, the team announced Monday. Gagner's new contract will reportedly pay him an average of $4.8 million US per season. The deal allows the 23-year-old centre and the Oilers to avoid a salary-arbitration hearing that was scheduled for later in the day. Gagner, who made $2.275 million last season, reportedly was asking for $5.5 million a year, with Edmonton offering $3.5 million.
Gagner was picked sixth overall by the Oilers in the 2007 NHL draft. He had 14 goals and 24 assists in 48 games last season, for an average of 0.79 points per game. In his previous five NHL seasons he averaged 15 goals, 29 assists and 73 games played, for an average of 0.60 points per game.
Source: CBC.ca 07/22/13, 11:17 am EST
Lines today: Jones-Gagner-Hemsky
Gagner moves back up to the second line. He scored 17 goals and 46 points over 73 games.
Source: Dan Tencer 04/4/12, 8:58 am EST
Whitney on it with Gagner replacing Hall.
Gagner replaces Taylor Hall on PP1. Only 11 of his 42 points have come with the man advantage.