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Simon Gagne

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    Simon Gagne

    IF the B's can get this guy at a discount, he'd be a UFA I'd target. So, many of you would say, 'No way,  he is perpetually injured. Too risky." Normally, I would agree. BUT, if the forward depth and youth is there for the Bruins, i.e. Caron, Sauve, etc., then there is a Plan B is place in the event that Gagne does get injured. If he stays healthy, you are looking at a 30 plus goal scorer.

    I'd think about it, at the very least.
     
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    Re: Simon Gagne

    shaunk,

    he is a star player when healthy.  but that is the big problem.  he cant string enough games together to be worthy of a big deal.  If he took a 2 year 6 million deal i could live with it.  he would be excellent with marchand and bergie
     
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    Re: Simon Gagne

    I'm for Gagne as well..he would do wonders with Bergie / Marshmont.

    Vancouver is also inquiring.
     
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    Re: Simon Gagne

    Normally I'd say key word being healthy, in this case it would be discount...

    bruinsGenious, can you do something about the avatar? Creepy.
     
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