Simon Gagne Out Four to Six Weeks After Hip Surgery

Chris DiFrancescoAnalyst IAugust 13, 2016

It was announced today that Flyers winger Simon Gagne had successful hip surgery to remove a bone spur and adhesions caused by the spur in his right hip, according to GM Paul Holmgren.

Gagne, 29, had surgery in Nashville, Tennessee. The longest-tenured Flyer will begin his rehab assignment tomorrow and is expected to make a full recovery within 4-6 weeks.

Gagne had 34 goals and 40 assists for 74 points last season.

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