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07-05-2006, 01:28 PM
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Gagne Won't File

By Tim Panaccio

Just got off the phone with Simon Gagne, who is in Quebec for his golf tournament tomorrow.

Gagne and his agent, Bob Sauve, will not file for arbitration today.

"We want a long term deal and that is what the Flyers want," Gagne said.

Sauve rejected the Flyers 4-year contract but have submitted their own version which I believe would see Gagne paid between $4.5 million and $5 million per season.


http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog.php?post_id=2297

What implications does this have regarding our chances of offering him a deal?


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By Tim Panaccio

Just got off the phone with Simon Gagne, who is in Quebec for his golf tournament tomorrow.

Gagne and his agent, Bob Sauve, will not file for arbitration today.

"We want a long term deal and that is what the Flyers want," Gagne said.

Sauve rejected the Flyers 4-year contract but have submitted their own version which I believe would see Gagne paid between $4.5 million and $5 million per season.


http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog.php?post_id=2297

What implications does this have regarding our chances of offering him a deal?
He's staying in Philly. I really think that kid has the "P" tattooed on his heart.

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there were no chances of us offering him a deal. i'm not sure why you ever believed there were.

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What implications does this have regarding our chances of offering him a deal?
Basically from 1% down to 0.1%...

Well actually that's not true. We can offer him all the deals we want. The chances of him accepting them, on the other hand...

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I think Tanguay contract set the bar in this one. And Gagne might get a little more because he's not a new comer in the organisation.

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I think Tanguay contract set the bar in this one. And Gagne might get a little more because he's not a new comer in the organisation.
I think you are right. I thought the same. The Tanguay contract just gave them a guideline.

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