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Rotowire: Sep 15 / 8:48a ET
News: Gagne announced his retirement from professional hockey Tuesday, Stephen Whyno of The Canadian Press reports.
Impact: Gagne spent 14 seasons in the NHL, 11 of which came with the Flyers. The 35-year-old was a two-time All-Star, appeared in two Olympic Games for the Canadian team, and raised the Stanley Cup for the only time in his career in 2011-12 as a member of the Kings. After sitting out for a year, Gagne was able to able to earn a roster spot with the Bruins out of training camp last season, but left the team in December following the death of his father and didn't return. Apparently fulfilled with his playing career, Gagne elected to hang up his skates after recording 291 goals and 601 points across 822 regular-season games.
StatsLLC: Sep 15 / 12:00a ET
News: Gagne retired on Tuesday after a 14-year career in the NHL.
Impact: Gagne was a four-time All-Star who scored 291 goals and had 310 assists for 601 points. He played 11 seasons with the Flyers, won a Stanley Cup with the Los Angeles Kings in 2012 and also played for Tampa Bay and Boston. Gagne ranks ninth on the Flyers' all-time list in goals (264) and 10th in points (535) and games played (691). He's fourth in both goals and points among Philadelphia left wings. Gagne had 32 goals and 15 assists for 47 points in 90 Flyers playoff games.